Long & Foster Appoints New Leadership in Southern Maryland

November 16, 2022
Stephanie Erhueh & Tony Thomas

Stephanie Erhueh to serve as managing broker and Tony Thomas as sales manager at the company’s Waldorf and Tapestry offices

Long & Foster Real Estate, the nation’s No. 1 real estate firm*, has appointed a new management team in two of its Southern Maryland offices. Stephanie Erhueh, a real estate professional since 2015, has been named managing broker of the Tapestry office in Largo, Maryland. Erhueh currently manages Long & Foster’s Waldorf location and will continue to oversee that office while taking on new responsibilities in Tapestry.

Erhueh is joined by Tony Thomas, who has been hired as the firm’s new sales manager in Waldorf and Tapestry. In his new role, Thomas will support Erhueh and Long & Foster’s agents in both those offices.

“It takes highly knowledgeable and skilled leaders to support real estate agents in today’s competitive environment,” said Kenneth Fagan, senior vice president and regional manager of Long & Foster’s D.C., Montgomery County and Southern Maryland regions. “We are confident that with Stephanie and Tony at the helm of our Waldorf and Tapestry offices, we’ll continue to achieve success for our agents and their clients.”

Starting as a sales associate in Long & Foster’s Ft. Washington office, Erhueh immediately excelled at the business, earning the title of Rookie of the Year and Rookie Top Producer in Long & Foster’s Southern Maryland region in 2016. Her successes and industry knowledge led to a new role as a trainer in 2017, teaching new agents how to grow their careers with Long & Foster. During that time, Erhueh continued to run her successful sales business, ranking as Long & Foster’s No. 2 agent in Ft. Washington for 2018.

The following year, Erhueh earned her Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI) designation, as well as a promotion to managing broker of the Waldorf office. There, she leveraged her talent for coaching and mentoring agents, boosting the office’s sales results. She also recruited new Realtors, with the Waldorf location experiencing the largest percentage growth of all other Long & Foster offices in the region.

“I’m excited and honored to continue leading the Waldorf office and to achieve similar successes at Long & Foster’s Tapestry office,” said Erhueh. “I look forward to building both offices and taking the company brand to the next level in Southern Maryland.”

A Realtor for over a decade, Thomas started his career as a stockbroker and financial advisor with American Express. He transitioned into real estate in 2009, entering the business during a challenging market. Leveraging his research expertise and talent for numbers, Thomas excelled in tough times and built a top-producing business. He later started a team to teach others how to succeed the way that he had done. In 2018, he joined Long & Foster’s Woodley Park office, where he ran his sales business and began training and mentoring dozens of Realtors.

“I’m excited for the opportunity to pursue my passion for teaching and mentoring sales agents,” said Thomas. “I look forward to helping coach even more agents, now as sales manager at our Waldorf and Tapestry offices.”

Long & Foster Real Estate is the nation’s No. 1 real estate company as part of HomeServices of America. For more information, visit LongandFoster.com.