Jeanette Schneider Promoted to Executive Vice President of Troy’s RE/MAX of Southeastern Michigan

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Jeanette Schneider
Jeanette Schneider // Courtesy of RE/MAX of Southeastern Michigan

Troy’s RE/MAX of Southeastern Michigan has announced the promotion of Jeanette Schneider to executive vice president. She will continue to provide leadership for more than 900 RE/MAX agents and 50 offices in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, and Monroe counties.

Schneider was previously vice president of management services for the region. Based on the number of annual market transactions, RE/MAX grew to No. 1 in market share under her leadership for the past nine years.

“Jeanette is one of the best in the real-estate business both locally and nationally,” says Magnus Sublett, owner and CEO of RE/MAX of Southeastern Michigan. “Her passion for real estate and RE/MAX continues to drive our region forward. Her personable and energetic style makes her a natural leader.”

Schneider is also responsible for marketing, technology, education, and support for all RE/MAX agents and offices in southeast Michigan.  She recently launched the RE/MAX Real Estate insights weekly podcast.

She also led efforts to launch the RE/MAX Communication Preschool Program, part of Beaumont Children’s Hospital, which helps children ages 3-5 who are diagnosed with speech and language impairments. The preschool is funded by contributions made locally by RE/MAX agents.

Schneider is a graduate of Leadership Oakland and a certified residential broker. She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Central Michigan University, is a member of Inforum, and serves on the board of the Furniture Bank of Southeastern Michigan.

“I am grateful to continue growing my career with the No. 1 real estate brand in metro Detroit,” Schneider says. “Our goal as a region is to not only support our offices and agents, but to make sure metro Detroit homebuyers and sellers receive an exceptional experience each time they use a RE/MAX agent.”

Globally, RE/MAX has more than 120,000 agents in more than 100 countries and territories.

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