ERA Key Realty Services

Whitinsville Office Adds Funari As a Realtor

Brooke FunariBrooke Funari of Uxbridge has joined its Whitinsville office as a Realtor.

She has several years of experience as a Realtor for a local agency. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from Johnson & Wales University, Providence, R.I.

“The resources ERA Key offers to help its agents succeed are unlike those offered by any other agency,” Brooke said. “ERA Key has an outstanding support system – everyone helps each other with anything they need.”


Jones Joins ERA Key’s Billerica Office As a Realtor

Roy R. Jones II of Lowell has joined ERA Key's Billerica office as a Realtor.Roy Jones

He is also a Manufacturing Engineer II at Bausch + Lomb in Wilmington. He previously was a Hardware Engineer at iRobot in Bedford. Before that, he served in several engineering positions at BAE Systems, Inc. including as a Field Service Engineer, Process Engineer, Electrical Engineering Assistant, Process Engineer and Electro-Mechanical Build Technician.

“By joining ERA Key, I’m fulfilling a long-time desire to join the real estate industry,” Roy said. “I look forward to helping people find their dream home and, in the process, fulfilling my own dream of becoming a successful Realtor.”


Haynes Joins ERA Key’s Franklin Office as a Realtor

Michael Haynes of Franklin has joined ERA Key's Franklin office as a Realtor.Mike Haynes

He began his career in real estate as a Realtor for Platinum Properties, PC, Franklin. He is also the founder and owner of Terrapin Property Management, LLC, Franklin, which manages local properties, and a Business Analyst for Dell Technologies, Franklin.

He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

He is the son of ERA Key Realtor Michelle Haynes.

“Having grown up in the real estate business, being a Realtor is in my blood,” Mike said. “Joining ERA Key will provide me with an opportunity to put my experience with technology and property management to good use.”