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Prudential Real Estate Veteran Joins The Seacoast of New Hampshire’s RE/MAX On the Move

RE/MAX On the Move, located in Hampton, North Hampton and Exeter, is pleased to welcome 12-year real estate veteran Dan Twombly to its team as their General Manager. In his new position, he will be responsible for selecting and recruiting Agents for all three offices, staying on top of cutting edge technology and assisting Agents in the day-to-day operations of their businesses.

“We have known for many years now that Dan is an incredible talent and we couldn’t be more thrilled that he is part of our team,” said RE/MAX On the Move Principal Owner, Steve Dumont. “With his expertise, we plan to take our company to new heights as we continue to expand our Agent base and office locations serving Coastal Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.”

Twombly joined RE/MAX On the Move as the General Manager because of the brand’s strong recognition in the Seacoast of New Hampshire and the company’s unique entrepreneurial culture.  In addition to the overarching power of the RE/MAX brand, he was also enticed to join the franchise because of his strong belief in the RE/MAX of the future. “RE/MAX has an incredibly solid foundation and past, but it is proving more than ever that they are focused on the future,” said Twombly. “The technologies are superior and the franchise is constantly growing and always encouraging and supportive of their Agents.”

“Dan is an incredible asset to the RE/MAX of New England family,” said Dan Breault, Executive Vice President and Regional Director of RE/MAX of New England. “His industry knowledge is invaluable and we’re extremely excited to watch him progress within RE/MAX.”

Twombly began working at Prudential in 2002 as an Agent, became a Sales Manager in 2005 and later became Regional Manager in 2008 when it then merged with Prudential Verani.  Twombly resides in Hampton Falls, NH.

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