A key member of the Realty World Northern California executive team, James Dwiggins brings to the table a sharp, innovative and forward-focused vision. He is responsible for the wealth of new technologies and marketing products that are giving the 200-plus Northern California and Nevada Realty World franchise offices their competitive edge in the marketplace. A master at the art of internet marketing, Mr. Dwiggins has shepherded and nurtured the Realty World brand, positioning the company as a major force on the real estate landscape of the 21st century.
Mr. Dwiggins has been steeped in the real estate business his entire life—both parents and two grandparents were REALTORS®. He joined Realty World as Director of Technology and Strategy in 2006, rising to the position of Chief Strategy Officer two years later. In October 2011, his stellar performance in that capacity led to his promotion to Vice President. Prior to joining the company, he co-founded VREO, Inc., the developer of groundbreaking enterprise-level internet applications for agents and brokers. VREO also pioneered biometric signature software for paperless transactions and garnered numerous industry awards for its breakthrough technologies. Previously, Mr. Dwiggins co-founded USA Virtual Tours, helping to grow the company nationally until its acquisition in 2001.
A seasoned, gifted and dynamic public speaker, Mr. Dwiggins regularly speaks to audiences at the California Association of REALTORS® Annual Conventions, the Asian Real Estate Association of America, the Inman News Agent Reboot Tour and Real Estate Connect, and numerous Women’s Council of REALTORS® and local REALTORS® association meetings and events. In 2010, he started and chaired the Young Professionals Network for the California Association of Realtors, and served on the 2010 National Association of REALTORS® Events and Conventions Committee.
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