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Keller Williams Realty Moving to Whitefish Bay

Nov. 12, 2013

MILWAUKEE, WI. (November 12, 2013) – The North Central Region of Keller Williams Realty has announced dramatic expansion in the Milwaukee real estate market. As the largest real estate company in the United States, with over 700 independently owned and operated market centers across the globe, Keller Williams (KW) has announced a bold expansion into the Milwaukee's real estate market.

Maureen Stallé, Martha Olla, Rachel Bloch, Andy Stillman, Natasha Duvall, Will Stallé, Alex DeGrave, Stephanie Minnich and Lindsey Vebber have announced their move to Keller Williams Realty. Maureen Stallé was the top volume producer for Shorewest Realtors, Wisconsin’s largest real estate brokerage firm. Stalle, teaming with Martha Olla, set the company’s all-time sales record in 2013 with over $32 million in sales.

Also coming from Shorewest is Bloch, a $12 million producer, with 18 years of experience; and Stillman, a multi-million dollar producer, with 20 years of experience. Duvall joins from Coldwell Banker where she was a top producer with 18 years of experience; and Minnich, coming from Circle Realty, will be the Office Manager. Also joining are Will Stallé from the Boerke Company and Alex DeGrave and Lindsey Vebbber from Shorewest.

The Keller Williams, North Shore office will be located at 205 E. Silver Spring Drive in Whitefhish Bay, space formerly occupied by Zita Bridal Salon.

According to Todd Butzer, Regional Director of the North Central Region of Keller Williams:
“The addition of Maureen and this group of professionals represents a bold expansion in Milwaukee for Keller Williams. Maureen and this group of top agents will help propel our already strong growth in the Milwaukee area and throughout Wisconsin. We’re thrilled to have them as a part of the Keller Williams family”

“Moving to Keller Williams was based upon my belief that the KW values, technology and educational platforms will provide the optimal tools for agents that join us” says Maureen Stallé.

KW is focused on an agent-centric, education-based, technology-driven culture. Recognized worldwide for record-setting productivity and customer satisfaction, Keller Williams treats agents as owner stakeholders and provides all teams with the systems and tools they need to take their business to the next level. KW’s mission is to be the real estate company of choice.

“We are excited for the opportunity to join and bring Keller Williams to Milwaukee. KW believes in empowering their agents with the best-in-class tools to build and brand their own businesses. We share their core values of teamwork, productivity and profitability” notes Stalle.

A small group of local investors will own the North Shore franchise that will be run by an agent based leadership council. This group is committed to serving the Milwaukee real estate market by cultivating KW’s core values of serving clients with exceptional people, outstanding service, integrity, communication and collaborative teamwork

About Keller Williams Realty, Inc.
Based in Austin, TX, Keller Williams International is North America’s largest and fastest growing real estate company with over 91,000 real estate associates. For additional information about Keller Williams, or to learn more about the Milwaukee North Shore KW agents and services, visit: KW.com.

For Media Inquiries:
Todd Butzer – Keller Williams – North Central Region – Edina, MN
Phone Number: 952-841-2269

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