Toma Partners, LLC, a family residential real estate firm, today announced the addition of two executives dedicated to continuing the company’s growth into the new decade. Toma Partners added Mike Garland as Chief Operating Officer and Cornel Toma as Executive Vice President of Business Development. The senior team members bring expertise in marketing, sales, management and real estate to the Phoenix-based company.
“We have experienced tremendous growth in the last year and we forecast continued business expansion in the near and mid-term.” explains the firm’s CEO, Mihai Toma. “In this market we see customers who are underserved by big-box realtors with cookie-cutter approaches to marketing and customer service. By providing exceptional customer service and very effective marketing, we are attracting professionals, financial institutions and other business clients who understand the value of dealing with professionals who can think out-of-the-box.”
Through innovative marketing and customer service the difference is clear between Toma Partners and competitors. Clients quickly discover “the company” represents them in every transaction, not a single agent with limited resources and training. The company has also implemented specialized groups to facilitate and handle large market trends like short sales and lender owned properties.
“The Phoenix residential market is set for growth. Investors and individuals from around the country and the world continue to view the Phoenix/Scottsdale/Paradise Valley area as prime locations for lifestyle and investment,” details designated broker Ben Toma. “Our new team members give us more wisdom, connections and horsepower to connect with and meet the needs of these clients.”
Industry reports indicate that companies such as Toma Partners are on target. According to the Cromford Report, March 30 saw an all-time record level of pending listings (21,564). Another report published by the ASU W.P. Carey School of Business, forecast that single-family housing will no longer be a drag on the economy and, indeed, will help the recovery in 2010 and 2011.