Our network is the best way for Independent Brokers (and their agents) to enjoy city-to-city referrals, use cutting edge retention and recruitment tools, and so much more!
Growing frustrated by his inability to access city-to-city referrals and various profit centers, Tod decided to take action. He founded RealProcity in January 2019 to provide Independent Brokers (and their agents) a way to generate city-to-city referrals quickly, and to provide a wealth of resources to the Independent Real Estate community. After 25 years in the home building and development business, Tod moved into the Real Estate world. He sold more than 1,800 homes in his first eight years as an agent, and subsequently co-founded, Vision Realty Partners – an Independent Real Estate Brokerage in the heart of Tennessee. Vision Realty Partners continues to thrive and currently has 70+ agents.
When Tod is away from the office, he thoroughly enjoys spending time with his family. He is a proud father of two and a proud Granddaddy to four. He dedicates the majority of his free time to his family, boating, fishing and is an avid fan of the Tennessee Titans.
Jeff brings years of extensive technology experience to RealProcity. He has worked across numerous industries such as healthcare, finance, licensing, reservation management and environmental testing to spearhead projects and engineer solutions. In these areas, he has built scalable high-volume transaction processing systems, custom hardware solutions, and complex configurable reporting systems.
Beyond his technical abilities, Jeff has also assembled strong teams to create, deliver and support these solutions. He is an accomplished leader who helps motivate and empower his team to successful outcomes. Jeff resides in the Greater Nashville area and enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.
Betty Southworth is a realtor extraordinaire! She is a Principal Broker of an Independent Real Estate company with an open door and a warm smile for anyone who walks in. She has been working in Real Estate for over 21 years, mentoring agents and servicing clients. She brings a wealth of experience and expertise to RealProcity.com and will be involved in the referral transactions. She has 2 grown children and 4 wonderful grandchildren. She enjoys any time with her family, especially at the lake or camping in the RV, making it a priority. We are grateful to have Betty as a part of the RealProcity Team!
Pam brings more than 20 years of administrative and accounting experience to RealProcity. She ran a successful family business with her husband, Don, and was responsible for overseeing all aspects of accounting including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Budgets, Estimating, Payroll, Bank Loans/ Draws, and Financial Reporting.
Before her time in the world of business operations, Pam was a schoolteacher who taught for ten years after earning her BA in Education. Her time spent between these two different careers was devoted to raising her three boys as a full-time mom. When she’s not busy crunching numbers, Pam enjoys spending time with her family and playing with her grandchildren.
Many new, and even existing brokerages, are searching for fresh profit centers to thrive and grow. Whether Independent Brokers know it or not, we are the MAJORITY. So, why do we struggle despite our best efforts, hard work, and incredible fortitude? I attribute this to the mentality that being “independent” means being alone. I want to change this mindset.
I see an excellent opportunity for our community to hedge against the economic and market conditions, while giving us a real chance to maintain the spirit of the independent broker. I believe our community currently competes at a severe disadvantage, and the only way to mitigate against the established networks and resources of franchise real estate firms is through unity.
Join RealProcity, and together, we’ll change the status quo. Through our community, we’ll establish mutually beneficial opportunities and relationships, and carve out a fair market share. Being independent does not have to mean “going it alone.”