Ron Howard, Associate

Ron Howard Ron Howard & Associates

RE/MAX PREFERRED

Ron Howard, Associate

RE/MAX PREFERRED

1909 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Ron Howard & Associates of RE/MAX Preferred

Ron Howard, Sales Associate and Realtor

Ron became a real estate professional after he and a partner bought, renovated and sold dozens of properties, and he has built on his professional experiences in sales, information technology, broadcast video production, and computer networking—from which he learned how to launch innovative, high-impact marketing campaigns. A corner stone accomplishment was creating and launching Proforms, a contract writing software for the residential real estate industry. His specialty in the technology of automating work groups and work flow has bolstered his success in pioneering a team approach to the real estate business.

Today, Ron is recognized in Baltimore and surrounding communities as a proven real estate professional who counsels home buyers on current market trends, assists with property valuation and purchasing, and through his exceptional negotiating skills achieves the best price and contractual terms for the sellers he represents.

Professional memberships include the NAR, MAR & GBBR.

As the leader of a winning, top-producing team, Ron has received numerous awards and recognitions, including being inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame, The Lifetime Achievement Award & in 2012 the Diamond Club Award, RE/MAX's highest annual sales award.

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Ron Howard, Associate

Certifications


  • ABR: ABR- Accredited Buyer's Representative
  • CDPE: CDPE- Certified Distressed Property Expert
  • CNHS: CNHS- Certified New Home Specialist
  • CSP: CSP- Certified Sales Professional
  • GRI: GRI- Graduate Realtor Institute
  • RCC: RCC- Residential Construction Certified

Skills


Languages:
ENGL
Specialties:
AUC, BB, BUS, CON, DL, FL, INV, LUX, MIL, NEW, RA, RELO

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