Emily Clark Named a RealTrends Emerging Leader

National honor awarded to the most influential, upcoming leaders in real estate.

OSTERVILLE – June 28, 2022 – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Robert Paul Properties is
thrilled to announce the recognition of President Emily Clark as an honoree of the RealTrends
Emerging Leaders award, announced today in Colorado Springs.

In its inaugural year, the RealTrends Emerging Leaders award is honoring 50 of the most influential, upcoming leaders in real estate. These trailblazers are making their mark in the industry by building top-performing teams, achieving record sales volumes and bringing in innovative ideas to the competitive world of real estate. The honorees, all under 40 years of age, were recognized for having an impact within their professions, communities and trade organizations.

In her role at BHHS Robert Paul Properties, Clark is responsible for spearheading sales,
management, development, and training initiatives across the company. In 2021, Clark’s team of just over 100 agents crossed the billion-dollar threshold for the first time in the company’s 13-year history. Active in the community and real estate industry, Clark currently serves as the President of Cape Cod & Islands MLS and serves as Large Brokerage Director at Cape Cod & Islands Association of Realtors (CCIAOR).

“For years, Emily has established herself as a force in every facet of real estate,” said Paul Grover, co-founder of Robert Paul Properties. “She is a powerful leader with a comprehensive understanding of the markets we serve and a demonstrated ability to deftly maneuver in a fast-changing industry. We congratulate her on this remarkable honor.”

“I am truly honored to be recognized by my peers,” said Clark. “Working alongside our talented
team of agents and staff as they provide results-driven service to home buyers and sellers throughout the region has been an honor in itself and today’s announcement is truly icing on the cake.”

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