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Long Island Board of Realtors gets new CEO.

Byline: David Winzelberg

The Long Island Board of Realtors has found its new CEO, after a national executive search.

Tessa Hultz, who currently heads the Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors in North Carolina, will take the helm of the 27,000-member LIBOR next month, replacing long-time CEO Joe Mottola who is retiring.

Mottola had been the chief executive for both LIBOR and the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island for 43 years. In Sept. 2018, Jim Speer was named CEO of newly formed New York MLS, which merged the Long Island and Hudson Gateway MLSs. The new organization will serve Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Orange counties.

The well-traveled Hultz has been an executive with several real estate listing services, including the Columbia Board of Realtors in Columbia, Mo., the St. Louis Association of Realtors, the Wichita Area Association of Realtors and the South Central Kansas MLS, before taking her current position as president of the Triangle Multiple Listing Service and CEO of the Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors in 2013.

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Publication:Long Island Business News
Date:Jan 4, 2019
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