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Al Becker, Jack Conway president and COO, joins MLS PIN board

The longtime Jack Conway president and COO has been appointed secretary of MLS PIN

The Multiple Listing Service PIN board of directors has a new secretary. Longtime Jack Conway president and COO Al Becker has been appointed to the MLS PIN board, according to an announcement on Thursday.

“MLS PIN is fortunate to have a leadership team that includes some of New England real estate’s brightest, most forward-thinking leaders”, Erminio Grasso, MLS PIN’s CEO, said in a statement.

MLS PIN is one the largest Realtor-owned MLSs in the country, offering roughly 14,000 properties for sale and more than 3.7 million off-market listings, along with full public records for all of Massachusetts and Rhode Island and much of New Hampshire. 

“I’m so happy to continue working with the MLS PIN Board,” Becker said in a statement. “It’s an honor to work with such a great organization, and I am excited for what 2023 is going to bring.”

Becker joined Jack Conway in 2007. In his roles as president and COO, Becker oversees operations, marketing, education, relocation and corporate services, as well as supporting the sales team.  

“We are thrilled and proud that Al has been named Secretary for MLS PIN Board of Directors,” Carol Bulman, the CEO of Jack Conway, said in a statement. “Our membership and ownership in MLS PIN is one of the best tools we offer our clients, providing a clear path of options for buying and selling a home. In this role, Al’s leadership, communication and operational skills, will further our ability to professionally serve our agents and clients.” 

Jack Conway is one of the top-performing independent family-owned and operated real estate firms in Massachusetts. The firm has 25 office and nearly 700 agents. In 2021, the brokerage recorded 2,409 transaction sides for a sales volume of $1.307 billion in sales volume, according to RealTrends rankings data.

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