2012 leadership team
Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED) is the real estate data aggregator and distributor providing the Chicagoland multiple listing service (MLS) to nearly 8,000 real estate offices and 40,000 real estate professionals, including brokers, agents and appraisers. Today, MRED’s Board of Managers nominates and elects a slate of officers from among their ranks to guide the company through the upcoming year. This year’s officers bring an immeasurable level of experience to the table. “In my short time as CEO of MRED, I have had the pleasure of working with all of these gentleman,” said Russ Bergeron, “and I am fully confident that they are capable of leading us through the next year and beyond.”
The new leadership team consists of:
- President – Rob Schaid, broker/owner of Re/Max Plaza in McHenry, Richmond and Wauconda. Rob has been a real estate practitioner for twelve years, a broker/owner for six years and has served as MRED’s Treasurer for the past two years and has served on the Board since the birth of MRED in 2008.
- Vice-President – Al Rossell, the Jack Carpenter Organization in Oak Park. Al has been a real estate broker and appraiser for forty-five years, a broker/owner for fifteen and has served on the Board since 2008 as well.
- Treasurer – Chuck Dinolfo, broker/owner of Century 21 Pro Team headquartered in Tinley Park. Chuck has been a real estate practitioner for twenty-six years, a broker/owner for seventeen years and has served on MRED’s Board of Managers for the last two years.
- Secretary – Tom Guttilla, Coldwell Banker Today’s Realtors in Peru. Tom has been a real estate practitioner for thirty-three years, thirty of which he has been a broker/owner. He has served on MRED’s Board of Managers for the last three years.
MRED also lost various leaders, such as President Dean Rouso of Baird & Warner in LaGrange after two terms as President as well as Jim Nelson, Jr., broker/owner of Re/Max Suburban based in Mt. Prospect, leaving the Vice President role.
MRED is known as being a trend setter and as the second largest in the industry, they are known as a leader in the industry with many modeling themselves after the organization and studying their moves.