Midwest Real Estate Data’s (MRED) new President/Chief Executive Officer Rebecca Jensen has certainly hit the ground running.
While she focused on getting to know MRED, its staff and existing culture initially, Jensen has already made great stride as MRED’s leader. For example, in her first month with the company, Jensen put together an informative and timely MRED Syndication Event, giving brokerages needed information regarding the distribution of their listings across the Internet.
“Even in the short time we have interacted with Rebecca, our Board could not be more pleased that she is our new Leader,” said MRED Chairman of the Board, Jeff Gregory. “After conducting an exhaustive national search, we are filled with anticipation regarding where MRED is going and thrilled that Rebecca is our President/CEO.”
Like former President/CEO, Russ Bergeron, who brought MRED a great deal of success under his leadership, Jensen plans to continue and amplify this success with a leadership philosophy focused on openness, transparency, and communication. Jensen is concerned with insuring the understanding and support of MRED’s Broker owners, Board members and Realtor Association partners, and intends to focusing closely on incorporating feedback from MRED’s Brokers into the company’s strategies and processes.
Moving to MRED from another of the large MLSs in the country, UtahRealEstate.com, Jensen has a great familiarity with the issues confronting all MLSs. During her time with UtahRealEstate.com MLS, Jensen gaining a deep understanding of the technological ins-and-outs of MLS systems and related products and services. With this knowledge, Jensen intends to focus on mobile technology, and ensure MRED is at the cutting-edge of providing the best and most effective access to its MLS, products and services, on all the different devices prevalent today.
“There are many challenges ahead,” added Jensen, “but I am extremely confident we can work closely with our brokerages, appraisal offices and Realtor® Association partners to make great progress and tackle the tough issues together.”