EXIT Realty Names Craig Witt North Central Divisional President

by 12 Oct 2012

New leadership team formed to support company’s aggressive growth

Woburn, MA – EXIT Realty Corp. International announced yesterday the appointment of five Divisional Presidents to aid in the company's aggressive regional growth. Named to the position of President of the North Central Division (comprising Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio) was Craig Witt, former EXIT Realty Regional President for Michigan.


Witt is a licensed real estate Agent in Michigan and has owned and operated three EXIT franchises since joining the company in 2004. His background is in commercial construction, land development and real estate consulting.

“I am extremely excited and optimistic about the future of EXIT Realty,” said Witt. “We have momentum and a proven track record on our side, along with the best business model and leadership in real estate today.”

Witt’s focus will be on growth, development and retention throughout the North Central Division as well as company-wide.  “I have a strategic plan to accomplish this that aligns with our corporate goals of 3,600 offices and 100,000 agents by 2020 who absolutely love our company. We are the smartest real estate company and in partnership with all of our associates, we will attract new, quality Agents and Brokers who not only share our vision, but are well-equipped to help us reach our goals. I could not be more proud of EXIT Realty and the success we have had so far; we will be the largest, most productively successful real estate company on the continent. I am honored to be part of the executive leadership team at EXIT.”


“Craig has been a leader within EXIT for several years,” said Tami Bonnell, CEO of EXIT Realty Corp. International.  “EXIT’s strong growth plans combined with Craig’s understanding of the real estate industry in the North Central states make an unbeatable combination and we are excited about the future.“


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