Real estate industry veteran Vinnie Tracey today serves as president of Realty ONE Group, partnering in building the company’s overall strategy at the executive level while leading the growth of the company around the world through franchise sales. His knowledge, years of experience and wisdom are invaluable and inspiring to so many in the Realty ONE Group Network, but it is his true love for people that endears so many to him, and has opened the doors to many exciting new careers in real estate.
Tracey’s comprehensive experience includes serving as vice president of the North American Commercial Accounts division of United Energy Trading LLC, and as president of RE/MAX International for close to 40 years. Today, he is responsible for helping Realty ONE Group achieve increasing levels of success and expansion, as evidenced by the firm’s growing presence among Entrepreneur’s rankings, including among the top 1 percent of real estate franchises.
In 2020, Tracey provided much-needed strategic direction, inspiration and motivation during live Town Halls throughout the year, and he continues to be a mentoring figure to many, both within the Realty ONE Group network and beyond. With Tracey as its leader, the company is expected to exceed both franchise sales and recruiting goals for 2020.
“Our business model offers COOLTURE, coaching, proprietary technology, support and so much more,” says Tracey. “It’s irresistible to ambitious entrepreneurs and it offers them the opportunity to build a fun and successful franchise that becomes a big part of their legacy.” Beyond his tireless work on behalf of Realty ONE Group, Tracey is a friend and mentor to real estate brokers and agents around the country, regardless of their brokerage affiliation. Because of his integrity and passion for both entrepreneurs and real estate agents, he continues to elevate the standards and reputation of our entire industry.
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