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France named CFO of Keller Williams American Premier Realty

Real Estate

Robert France, a 20 year real estate veteran from Bel Air, has been named by Keller Williams Realty American Premier Realty as it's Market Center Administrator/CFO.

"I have known Robert for over 20 years," said Di Mahaffey, broker and head of American Premier Realty's ownership group, "and feel truly blessed that Robert has brought his talent to us."

France has an extensive background in the administration and financial side of the real estate industry. He started his career in bookkeeping and office management with several contractors and a local college prior to obtaining his Real Estate License in 1993, and affiliating with Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty, where he become an instructor and Branch Administrator. In 2000 he moved to Long & Foster, where he worked as the Branch Administrator under the legendary Elsie Herbst for 12 years. France brings a wealth of expertise to Keller Williams American Premier Realty in addition to his administrative and financial experience, as he is a certified Continuing Education and Pre-Licensing Instructor and a member of Maryland Real Estate Educators Association and The Million Dollar Association of Realtors.

"We are truly lucky to have Robert France join us here at Keller Williams American Premier Realty," says Team Leader Karen Coffey. "Keller Williams Realty offers its associates unparalleled career growth and lifelong learning opportunities in the real estate industry. We know that Robert will be a great fit and that it is our agents and market center as a whole that will truly benefit from him joining us."

"I chose Keller Williams Realty because of the culture of the company: God, Family, Business, and the training that is offered from the administrative level through the corporate level." France said. "I like the idea of an agent centric company that teaches agents and employees to grow personally and professionally and that holds agents/employees accountable for their business."

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