Jeff Taylor of Worcester has been named Vice President, Growth and Development, of ERA Key.
He formerly served as General Manager. In his new position, he will identify and act on new opportunities that will enable or accelerate the agency’s continued growth.
“As one of the largest real estate agencies in Massachusetts, ERA Key has the resources and technology to continue its stellar growth – and to grow at an even faster pace,” Jeff said. “I look forward to playing a key role in that effort.”
Taylor began his career in real estate after graduating from Suffolk University with a business management degree in 2003. Since then, he has played a key role in ERA Key’s growth and success, according to President and COO Cheryl Eidinger-Taylor.
Jeff began his career as a real estate agent representing clients in the Worcester area. He added the role of Company Recruiter in 2005, which provided him with tremendous insight on how to best utilize the tools, support and technology ERA Key has to offer both clients and agents.
In 2008, he took on the challenge of becoming Sales Manager for ERA Key’s Westborough office, which enabled him to use the knowledge he gained from his time as a Realtor and recruiter, while honing his skills in client relations.
In 2010, he took over management of ERA Key’s Framingham office in addition to the Westborough office. After Distinctive Realty of Marlborough merged with ERA Key in 2011, he took on the responsibility of integrating the new Marlborough office into the ERA Key family.
He co-manages the ERA Key Foundation, which has given away nearly $400,000 to dozens of Worcester County nonprofits since its inception in 2004. Last year, the foundation benefited 27 organizations.
He is active with the LGBT Asylum Task Force of Worcester. A few years ago, Taylor helped to provide a three-family property in Worcester to the task force to house those in need.