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Intero Announces Role Changes for Key Executives, Exemplifying the Strengths of its Seasoned Leaders


Scott Chase is the Brokerage’s New President and

Intero Co-Founder Terry Meyer Takes Over as Chief Operating Officer

CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#BHHS–Intero, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and wholly owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., is proud to announce that Scott Chase has been named president of the company and Terry Meyer has been promoted to the role of chief operating officer.

“At Intero, we are constantly evolving to optimize the talents and skills of our seasoned leaders, and to stay ahead of the competition,” said Brian Crane, CEO. “The depth and breadth of our collective senior executive experience sets a high bar and allows us to meet the needs of our agents and clients no matter what the market is doing.”

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Scott Chase has been promoted to president from his previous role of COO, a position he held for the last two years. Chase joined Intero in November of 2018 after a successful stint as regional sales manager at Opes Advisors. During his four years with Intero, Chase contributed to the company’s continued success with his business philosophy focused on planning and continuous improvement in skills, systems, and teams. In addition to his new role as President, he will continue to manage the Los Altos and Menlo Park offices and report directly to CEO Brian Crane. Chase will bring attention to growing revenue and agent differentiation through innovative partnerships, products, and services; in addition, he will be responsible for the company’s growth through Acquisitions, Tuck-Ins and Franchising.

“When agents come to Intero, they come to learn from the best in the business,” said Chase. “Intero as a whole, leverages collaboration, creativity and years of experience to establish a unique culture of specialized education and agent expertise that cannot be found anywhere else.”

Terry Meyer has been promoted to COO and will combine this with his continuing leadership roles as managing officer of Intero’s Los Gatos office and general manager of Intero’s Commercial Division. Since Meyer began his career in 1986, he has brokered more than a billion dollars in real estate volume within both the residential and commercial classes. As an Intero co-founder in 2002, Meyer opened Intero’s first San Jose office, located in the Willow Glen area. For more than 25 years, Meyer has served on the board of directors for the MLS and various REALTOR® associations on both the local and state level. Meyer currently leads the Intero office in Los Gatos. In 2021, he expanded his role by becoming general manager of the Intero Commercial Division. In his new COO role, Meyer will use his extensive background and executive leadership experience to drive higher performance on key metrics including company goals at the office operations level. This role will cross over several departments and work closely with the CEO, executive leadership, office managers and staff.

“Across our many offices runs a central theme of working together as one,” said Meyer. “There is strength in numbers, and I am looking forward to inspiring and motivating every one of our agents, staff and managers to grow our business together.”

In addition to these role changes for Chase and Meyer, additional senior executives have increased their responsibilities:

Patrick Judge is now senior vice president of growth and development, and will focus on recruitment, training, coaching, and mentoring of agents. This role will cross over several departments and work closely with the CEO and executive leadership to develop a companywide program that moves the needle for the company’s recruiting and retention objectives. Judge joined Intero in January of 2019, and will continue to lead the Almaden, Carmel, and Willow Glen offices.

“Professional and personal development have been core values of Intero since the beginning,” said Judge. “I am excited to apply my coaching skills and background to benefit as many of our agents as possible.”

Chris Moles, Intero’s General Counsel and managing officer of Intero Silver Creek, has expanded his role to include leadership of the Morgan Hill office after Steve Barsanti, previous vice president and managing officer of four years, stepped down to focus on sales. For Moles, taking over the reins from Barsanti was an easy decision.

“My Late-Uncle, Kevin Moles, founded Intero Morgan Hill in 2002 and I have known many of the agents here since that time,” said Moles. “Intero’s Morgan Hill office is one of the ‘best built’ real estate offices in the industry. Many of its agents founded Intero years ago and they exemplify the company’s core values. I’m honored to work with them, and I’m excited for our future success.”

Moles joined Intero in 2010 and became General Counsel in 2012. He became vice president and managing officer of Silver Creek in 2019 and led the Commercial Division for most of 2021.

Renee Kunz is now senior vice president of Core Client Services and will interface with office leaders to establish programs, protocols, and procedures to improve the success and increase market share of Intero’s core services, which include mortgage, title, escrow, and insurance, while continuing to lead the Hollister office. Kunz has been with Intero since its inception in 2002; under her leadership the Hollister office has maintained #1 market share for many years and was recognized as the best real estate office by Best of San Benito County in 2022. She is a third-generation REALTOR® and was inspired by her mother, Marilyn Ferreira, a real estate icon in San Benito County, who has been practicing real estate for almost 50 years.

“Team Intero is comprised of collaborative leaders who build on each other’s strategies,” said Kunz. “This has been the key to our stability—and our ability to provide best-in-class experiences for our agents and their clients.”

Sheri Wolfgram is now chief of staff, in addition to her duties as assistant to the CEO. In this newly created position, Wolfgram will help drive the company’s important goals by overseeing and pushing critical projects across all areas of the company. Wolfgram will interface with all managerial levels and help drive key initiatives that are identified by executive leadership.

“We’ve been in the business as a premier real estate services company for more than 20 years,” said Crane. “One of our keys to success is our talented leadership team and having the right people in the right roles to help us achieve our goals. I am immensely proud of Scott, Terry, Patrick, Chris, Renee and Sheri and I know in these new roles they will continue to grow Intero for years to come.”

About Intero

Intero, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and wholly owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America Inc., serves Northern California and Nevada with 20 offices throughout the greater Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Calaveras County, Western Nevada, and the Greater Lake Tahoe Region. The Intero Franchise network comprises 33 affiliates located in California, Nevada, Tennessee, and Texas. The company is headquartered in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley.

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