Rockford Area Realtors welcomes new CEO


(ROCKFORD) WREX – Rockford Area Realtors has a new CEO and he’s ready to hit the ground running with his new job.

“We’re going to set our goals here for the next year plus. So what I hope to get out of it is some of the big ideas that are facing real estate,” Rockford Area Realtors CEO Conor Brown said.

Brown has worked at Rockford Area Realtors for 12 years as the Government Affairs Director. He’s now leading the organization, which serves as a guide for local realtors here in the area.

As the Rockford native steps in to his new role, the former CEO is stepping out. 13 WREX caught up with him on his tenure at Rockford Area Realtors.

“When we saw the recession coming and the difficulties there we became a collaborator, we became a first adopter of what we determined to be great ideas,” Former Rockford Area Realtors CEO Steve Bois said.

Bois has been at Rockford Area Realtors for 10 years.

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