Long & Foster Real Estate, the nation’s No. 1 independent brand, has named Kenneth Fagan as senior vice president and regional manager for the company’s Southern Maryland regions. In this role, Fagan is responsible for agent recruitment and retention, business development and operations at the Southern Maryland region’s six offices, including its Mitchellville and Ft. Washington locations, where he also works as the managing broker.
“Supporting our offices and real estate professionals takes knowledgeable and motivated leaders, and I am positive that with Kenneth’s leadership, our market position will continue to flourish,” said Larry “Boomer” Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “Since he joined Long & Foster, Kenneth has made a significant impact in our Southern Maryland region and his commitment to our company and our sales associates, and his forward-thinking approach to business, will help ensure our future success.”
Fagan has nearly 20 years of experience in real estate and sales management, and he’s been part of the Long & Foster team since 2014. He first joined as the branch manager of the Mitchellville office, and he was appointed as the managing broker in the Ft. Washington location as well in 2016.
“I am thrilled to be able to work with agents and office managers across a larger portion of the Southern Maryland region, and to help them to further their goals and their careers,” Fagan said. “I look forward to my new role with Long & Foster and to helping create opportunities for managers, agents and clients alike.”
Prior to working with Long & Foster, Fagan had a dual-career—he worked as a sales associate at a brokerage in York, Pennsylvania, and as a branch manager at a baking company, also in the York area. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated a proven ability to lead sales teams and help them to grow their existing business while developing new opportunities – skills he brought with him to Long & Foster.
Fagan is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Maryland Association of Realtors and the Prince George’s County Association of Realtors. He attended Drexel University and graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. For more information, visit LongandFoster.com.