Maria Mull Joins Atlantic & Pacific Real Estate

Real estate industry pro appointed Vice President of Growth and Development.

Carrington Real Estate Services today announced that Maria Mull, a widely recognized leader in real estate recruiting and recruiting technologies, has joined the fast-growing Santa Ana, California-based company as Vice President of Growth and Development. In this new position, Ms. Mull will be responsible for the development and execution of national and local initiatives that continue to attract and retain top talent to Carrington Real Estate Services.

“We’re thrilled to have such an accomplished industry talent join our growing real estate team,” said Wendy Forsythe, EVP/Head of Global Operations for Carrington Real Estate Services. “Maria is a consummate real estate professional with an exceptional track record-the ideal individual to lead our teams in maximizing growth and revenue opportunities.”

Ms. Mull was most recently Vice President of Business Development at AlignMark, a leading provider of real estate recruitment, selection and development tools. During her tenure at AlignMark, Ms. Mull was an important contributor to several successful talent attraction products and systems. Under her leadership, AlignMark’s retention rate grew from 40% to an average of 82% for existing clients, and sales growth increased each year for the past three years. Prior to AlignMark, Ms. Mull was Director of Career Development at North Carolina’s Howard Perry and Walston Real Estate, where she contributed to the organic growth of 12 regional offices and achieved the highest hiring activity in the company’s history with 500+ hires in 24 months.

“Carrington Real Estate Services is a technology-driven, customer-centric company that truly represents the next generation of real estate brokerages,” says Ms. Mull. “The company has grown from being a start-up to one of the most successful brokerages in the country in less than four years, and I am truly excited to become part of this dynamic organization.”