Danny Morel named one of the 50 most influential Hispanics in the US
Danny Morel, Broker Owner of Intero Rancho Cucamonga and Intero Downey which are part of Intero Franchise Services Inc., a company affiliated with Intero Real Estate, Inc. (“Intero”), ranked 13th largest real estate brokerage in the US on the 2012 REAL Trends 500 list, has just been named part of the 2013 50 most influential Hispanics in the US by Hispanics Business, Inc.
Mr. Morel has played an important part in the expansion of the Intero brand into Southern California. Over the last two and a half years he has opened two Intero offices and worked with over 75 agents. He started in Real Estate over 15 years ago with the simple dream of buying his mother a house and his great achievements have led him to teach others in the business. Mr. Morel prides himself on providing an atmosphere of success both in an agent’s professional as well as personal life. According to Intero, agents who join Intero and encompass the company culture under Mr. Morel are known to increase their business by a minimum of 30 percent.
“Danny exudes the Intero spirit through his commitment to Intero’s 15 core values and his drive to help his agents succeed,” says Gino Blefari, President and CEO of Intero Real Estate Services. “His office is like a family and the immense compassion he has for each one of his agents has helped their business become one of Intero’s top franchise offices. His energy and enthusiasm continue to be an inspiration to me and anyone else he touches so it’s no surprise that he was named one of the most influential Hispanics in the US. You step into his office and his positive inspiration is hard to miss.”
The list of 50 most Influential Hispanics includes individuals such as Victor Cruz, wide receiver for the New York Giants, actress singer Selena Gomez, Maria Cristina Gonzalez Noguera who was recently named special assistant to the president and communications director to the first lady and Carlos Barroso, Senior Vice President of global R&D for Campbell Soup Co, to name a few. “It’s a true honor to be included in this list,” says Danny Morel. “To be thought of as someone who is making a real difference in the Hispanic community makes me proud to get up and go to work every day.” Pulled from a variety of fields, Influentials were chosen based on their ability to promote the advancement of Hispanics in the US through leadership, community involvement, and/or professional achievement.
See the full list of Influencers at HispanicBusiness.com.