Friday, May 6, 2011

DAYTON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Real Living Realty Services has recently expanded its leadership throughout the Greater Miami Valley Region. District Sales Managers (DSM), Matt Watercutter and Linda Wilson, have been promoted to Regional Vice Presidents (RVP), and REALTORS®, Michael Peebles and Steve Fine, have been promoted to fill Watercutter and Wilson’s previous roles as DSMs.
“This team of professionals has demonstrated an in-depth knowledge of the greater Miami Valley real estate market, the ability to lead agents, and successful business strategies over the years”
Watercutter and Wilson will be responsible for managing Real Living Realty Services’ day-to-day business operations and strategies in the Dayton and Cincinnati regions respectively. This includes regional operations, training, coaching and recruiting new associates in these markets. DSMs, Michael Peebles and Steve Fine will manage office-level operations and strategy. Peebles will oversee the Springboro, South Dayton and Huber Heights offices, and Fine will manage the Springfield, Beavercreek and Xenia offices.
“This team of professionals has demonstrated an in-depth knowledge of the greater Miami Valley real estate market, the ability to lead agents, and successful business strategies over the years,” said Michael Mahon, vice president of business development for Real Living Realty Services. “There’s no doubt in my mind each of these individual’s leadership skills will successfully advance our company’s initiatives and growth expectation in their respective assignments.”
Matt Watercutter has been a manager with Real Living Realty Services since 2006, and a broker since 2007. He is currently the president of the Western Regional Information Systems Technology (WRIST) and the Midwest Ohio Association of Realtors RPAC committee chairman. In 2010, Watercutter was a recipient of the Dayton Business Journal’s “40 under 40” award. He has also been an Ohio Association of Realtors (OAR) President’s Sales Club winner every year since 2004.
Linda Wilson has an extensive background in real estate. As a real estate agent for Sibcy Cline, she was named a Top 25 Associate. Wilson went on to work as an education and recruiting director Coldwell Banker West Shell, and two years later became a regional manager at the same company. In 2003, Wilson applied her real estate training expertise as a Hondros College adjunct professor. In 2010, Wilson joined the Real Living Realty Services staff as a regional manager in the Cincinnati market.
Michael Peebles has been a real estate agent for over 35 years. Since moving to Real Living Real Services from Iron Gate Realtors, Inc. in late 2009, Peebles has worked as a real estate agent, but had also taken on a role as an Area Sales Leader (ASL) within the organization. Peebles has won many awards throughout his career, including those from the Dayton Area Board of Realtors (DABR) and the Ohio Association of Realtors (OAR). He has been a member of OAR’s Executive Committee and Finance Committee, and has served on the OAR’s Board of Directors for over seven years.
Steve Fine is a life-long resident of South Dayton. He has been a licensed Realtor since 1974 and a broker since 1984. Between 1996 and 2003, Fine served as president, president elect, treasurer, direct and chairman of the Professional Standards Committee for the DABR. He has also served on the DABR’s Multiple Listing Committee, Strategic Planning Committee, Nominating Committee, and Grievance Committee. Outside of the real estate industry, Fine is the former director for the Dayton Red Cross.
About Real Living Realty Services
Real Living Realty Services is a franchise of Real Living Real Estate, and it operates local offices in the Greater Dayton, Cincinnati and Louisville regions. Real Living Realty Services has over 300 licensed associates in 15 local offices. For more information, visit


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