Two members of the Long & Foster leadership team were named to the 2022 Swanepoel Power 200 – Jeffrey S. Detwiler, president and CEO of The Long & Foster Companies, and Larry “Boomer” Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. The annual list recognizes those in the real estate industry who are considered the most powerful and influential.
In late 2021, Larry “Boomer” Foster was promoted to president of Long & Foster Real Estate. Foster previously led half of the brokerage’s regional divisions, which have now come together under his guidance.
Long & Foster has expanded its market-leading presence in the Richmond area, joining forces with local franchise Dew Realty. Specializing in residential resale, new construction, land, relocation and commercial sales throughout Central Virginia, the more than a dozen real estate agents became part of Long & Foster, operating as the new Ashland office.
Long & Foster’s presence is growing in the Hampton Roads and Northeast North Carolina markets and has named Tina Holt as a new senior vice president and regional manager to lead the company in these efforts. Holt, a real estate broker with over two decades of experience, brings expansive knowledge of the local marketplace.
Congratulations to Cindy Ariosa for being elected to the Bright MLS Board of Directors as Chairman of the Board for 2022. Ariosa has been with Long & Foster for 20 years and serves as senior vice president and regional manager for the Baltimore/Eastern Shore/Western Maryland regions.
How do real estate agents put their best selves forward when meeting new clients and prospects? To find out, Inman, one of real estate’s top trade publications, interviewed industry leaders from across the county, including Long & Foster’s Chief Marketing Officer Kathleen Wilks. Take a look at the article for her advice on how to make that first impression count.
Larry “Boomer” Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate was featured in the January 2022 issue of Washingtonian as ‘The Face of Washington’s Leading Real Estate Company’. Foster was joined by the area’s top business leaders, chosen by Washingtonian as smart entrepreneurs, who are moving their industries and the Washington, D.C. metro region forward.