Former Award-Winning Realty World Franchise Becomes 16th Corporate
Location for Leading Bay Area Brokerage
Intero Real Estate Services, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and wholly owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., is proud to announce the acquisition of the former Realty World - Alliance franchise in Daly City, Calif. The office was one of Northern California’s largest Realty World operations with 65 agents and was ranked #4 in sales volume in the Realty World Northern California & Northern Nevada franchise network. The office was also presented with the prestigious Pinnacle Award for each of the five years they were with Realty World.
Leading the Daly City location is the former franchise owner Chuck Colliver, a seasoned real estate leader who has been in and around the Bay Area real estate market since 1980. Mr. Colliver will continue to lead his office and will assume the role of Vice President & Managing Officer with Intero.
“We’re so excited to become part of the Intero Real Estate family,” said Chuck Colliver, Intero Daly City Vice President & Managing Officer. “We know that with the support of Tom and his team, we’ll be able to provide a level of service that is second to none.”
Situated in the heart of Daly City at 2488 Junipero Serra Boulevard, the office is easily accessible via Highway 280 in the northern most part of San Mateo County. To access the Daly City office information, go to www.interorealestate.com/offices/2183-Daly-City or call them at 650.991.2121.
A trusted name in Bay Area real estate, Intero is continuing to expand its company footprint with its first acquisition since Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary, HomeServices of America. Inc., acquired Intero in 2014.
"As we continue to grow our company in the Bay Area and beyond, we're looking for synergies both geographically and culturally," said Tom Tognoli, Intero President & Chief Executive Officer. "With Chuck and his team in Daly City, we're sure we've hit the nail on the head and couldn't be happier with our new relationship."