Realty One celebrates nine years


Realty One Group celebrated its ninth anniversary May 1 with One Day, an annual event dedicated to volunteering.

“We have a unique and vibrant culture and the introduction of One Day allows us that extra opportunity to bring everyone together on our anniversary to celebrate our collective success and each other,” Realty One Group Inc. founder and CEO Kuba Jewgieniew said.

Realty One’s team participated in a build day in Arizona and Nevada; volunteers helped low-income families by painting, landscaping, repairing and installing handicap railings and solar panels. They helped feed homeless and low-income community members in California and Texas by volunteering at food pantries; volunteers stocked, sorted and packaged incoming food donations. The team collectively donated more than 400 pounds of nonperishable food.

Employees and agents also participated in Bowling for Dollars, a Las Vegas fundraiser to help cover medical expenses for a fellow employee’s daughter.

“The goal was to make a difference by helping local community groups, and you truly felt the passion each volunteer brought with them. The camaraderie was amazing and we were grateful to have the chance to work side by side and do something meaningful,” Jewgieniew said. “The day was a huge success thanks to our amazing team members and their giving hearts.”

Realty One Group recently established a 501 c(3) foundation, Realty One Cares, as a way to better their local communities.

The residential real estate brokerage firm is now a national franchisor, and has grown to more than 50 offices with more than 5,000 associates since its inception in 2005.

It was recently named fifth largest independent brokerage in the nation by Real Trends and has been named one of the fastest-growing companies by Inc. 500 for five consecutive years. For more information on the company, visit www.realtyonegroup.com.

 

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