REAL Trends Builds Content and Financial Team With Two Key Hires

New team members Trish Glodava and Toni Lapp bring experience to the brokerage consulting and content teams at REAL Trends.

REAL Trends, the trusted source for news, research and information about the real estate brokerage industry, has added two staff members—Trish Glodava, Senior Business Finance Analyst; and Toni Lapp, Senior Editor and Content Strategist.

New team members

“We’re excited to have two new experienced professionals join the REAL Trends team. Toni brings over 20 years of experience in journalism, and Trish nearly 20 years of experience in finance and accounting. The addition of their skills is an important part of the growth of both our industry editorial coverage and our rapidly expanding brokerage consulting practice. We couldn’t be more pleased to have their talents as we continue to build a long-term future for REAL Trends.”

-Steve Murray, president of REAL Trends

Trish earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Phoenix. She specializes in financial reporting. She brings a wealth of real estate experience with her, having started her career in accounting at RE/MAX International. Trish is responsible for REAL Trends’ brokerage and team valuation services, including REAL Trends 500.

 

Toni earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. Her background includes working for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in the Public Affairs Department; a highlight of her tenure was attending the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium and brushing elbows with central bankers from around the globe. At REAL Trends, Toni will be responsible for crafting content for publications, REALtrends.com and white papers.

 

 

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