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Howard Hanna Real Estate Announces New Managing Vice President

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Howard Hanna Real Estate Services recently announced the development of a new region within their Southeast market. This region, to be known as the Central Atlantic, will serve the communities surrounding their offices in Newport News, Smithfield, Williamsburg, Charlottesville, Troy, Crozet, and Greene County, Virginia. To lead the new region, Howard Hanna has appointed Mike Grogan as the Regional Vice President for the Central Atlantic Region.  

Grogan began his career in real estate in 1998 and became an Associate Broker in 2002. After moving into a management position in 2015, Grogan led the Williamsburg office to great success, overseeing a 75 percent growth in production and $1.5 billion in sales. Grogan has held numerous industry leadership positions, including being elected to the Board of Directors for the Williamsburg Area Association of Realtors.

“It’s great to see Mike’s growth as a leader through the years,” said Howard W. “Hoby” Hanna, IV, President of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services. “Now he will be able to bring his real estate knowledge and leadership skills to help more agents, employees, and customers fulfill the mission at Howard Hanna.”

Grogan will be charged with building strategic relationships to marshal organic and external growth throughout the Central Atlantic Region.

“We are committed to providing every bit of knowledge and support imaginable to not only our clients, but also our agents,” said Grogan. “Howard Hanna’s consistent growth in Virginia has been more than impressive, and I look forward to being a part of it as we move forward.”

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