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Real estate vet Erminio Grasso named CEO of MLS PIN

Grasso will replace retiring President and CEO Kathy Condon

MLS Property Information Network (MLS PIN), New England’s largest multiple listing service, named Ernimio Grasso as its new CEO. Grasso will replace retiring President and CEO Kathy Condon of Osterville, Mass., who has been in the real estate industry for 44 years and grew MLS PIN into an industry leader during her 23-year tenure.

Grasso comes to MLS PIN with over 18 years at Coldwell Banker Realty. He was Regional Vice President, Boston Region, managing 15 offices and over 1,500 sales associates. Grasso’s track record of creating growth and delivering results catapulted the Boston region to one of the top regions in all Coldwell Banker nationally. Grasso also served as a Board member of MLS PIN for several years.

The multiple listing service serves more than 45,000 customers within six New England states and New York, is a Realtor/Broker-owned and Realtor/Broker-led shareholder corporation.

Over the past 20 years, The New England-based MLS has quadrupled in size, from 11,000 customers to more than 45,000 today, a trajectory that Grasso is excited to continue and increase.

With his leadership team, Grasso will guide an MLS known for its focus on customer service. “Every brokerage customer, whether they have five agents or five hundred, must find great value in what we provide them at MLS PIN,” Grasso said, noting that among his first activities will be meeting brokers throughout the markets they serve, face-to-face.

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