Marshfield — Peter Ruffini, a state and national leader in the real estate industry, is the newly appointed regional manager of Jack Conway, Realtor’s Marshfield sales office. Ruffini, a former president of the Plymouth and South Shore Association of Realtors (PASS), specializing in homes for sale in Plymouth MA, is the 2011 Secretary/Treasurer for the Massachusetts Association of Realtors. He is also a past director of the National Association of Realtors and the 2009 Realtor of the Year for PASS.
“Peter’s credentials speak for themselves, and we are thrilled to have him lead our Marshfield office,” said Conway CEO Carol Bulman. “He officially starts his post on Jan. 1 and he has great plans for the new year.”
Those plans include tapping into the skills and knowledge of his existing sales force, formerly led by Manager Grace Alvey, who recently opted to re-enter the sales staff, and building up his team through active recruitment efforts. “Everyone in the office is smart and motivated and I am looking forward to working with them to gain a larger market share in our area,” said Ruffini, a Plymouth native. “I hope to staff up and help Jack Conway-Marshfield have an excellent 2011.”
Ruffini is a longtime Realtor, broker and co-owner of a South Shore homes for sale realty firm. “I decided to make a career change because I wanted to work for a larger organization with more resources to offer its agents and customers,” he said. “But I wanted to join a company that was similar in values to my own with a personal, supportive atmosphere and a keen sense of honesty and integrity. Jack Conway Co. was a perfect match.”
A Conway co-worker, Lenny Harris, who was recently inducted to a second term as president of the Certified Residential Specialists (CRS) group, may have played a part in bringing Ruffini into the Conway Country fold. “Lenny and I had worked together on a number of initiatives at PASS, and I knew he was a good worker and a great guy,” said Ruffini. “He has been with the Jack Conway Mansfield office for a long time, and I once asked him ‘What keeps you there?’ His answer was ‘the support systems and the opportunity to be heard and listened to.’ That meant a lot to me. He gave me the real deal, he didn’t fluff it up.”
Living most of his life in Plymouth, Ruffini formerly served on the board of directors for the Plymouth Boys and Girls Club and he currently coaches youth sports. He and his wife Jaime live in Carver with their four children.
For all of your real estate needs or to join the staff of the Jack Conway-Marshfield office, contact Peter Ruffini at 508-837-2877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org