Enzo Raimondo stepping down from REIV

Enzo Raimondo stepping down from REIV
Enzo Raimondo stepping down from REIV
The head of Victorian real estate’s peak body, the Real Estate Institute of Victoria, Enzo Raimondo is set to depart.
 
He has served as the Real Estate Institute of Victoria’s chief executive for 16 years, after arriving in March 2016 from the Real Estate Institute of South Australia where he was the ceo.
 
Representing over 2000 Real estate businesses in Victoria who employ over 14,000 people, over 80 per cent of all real estate agencies in Victoria are members of the REIV.

Mr Raimondo’s replacement has not been been announced.

"I've had 16 wonderful years," said Enzo who has two sons working in real estate.

REIV President Geoff White will step in as acting CEO from mid-May, working alongside Mr Raimondo.

After 16 years of service, REIV CEO Enzo Raimondo is departing the REIV to take up an undisclosed opportunity in the property industry.

Mr Raimondo is the REIV’s longest-serving CEO, commencing in the role in 2000. 

Mr White acknowledged Mr Raimondo’s significant contribution to the industry – both in Victoria and South Australia where he was previously CEO of the REISA – and said that it provided a solid foundation for the next stage in the REIV’s evolution.

“His efforts are to be commended and have greatly increased the profile of the sector and members’ interests,” he said.

Under Mr Raimondo’s leadership, the REIV has introduced compulsory CPD for members, and launched a range of digital products, including propertydata.com.au and realestateVIEW.com.au.

He added that the REIV “recognises this as a wonderful opportunity to build upon what has been achieved to date, and to ensure continued advancement for the real estate industry’s peak body”.

 

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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