Senior Vice President, Long & Foster Real Estate
Cindy Ariosa joined Long & Foster as the Regional Vice President of Baltimore in 2000. In 2010 Ariosa was promoted to Sr. Vice President and her region was expanded to include Western Maryland. In 2016 it was expanded once again to include the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. is the largest Independent real estate firm in the country. Ariosa’ region is the largest region in the company with 50 sales offices and over 2300 sales associates. Annual sales in her region exceed $6 billion and 18,000 units.
Her current responsibilities include operations, financial management, budgets, mergers, acquisitions, recruiting and supervising the management team and sales force. The affiliate usage in her region has a combined capture rate of 80%.
Cindy Ariosa has been on the National Association of Realtor’s Board of Directors since 2004, the Maryland Association of Realtor Executive Committee and Board of Directors since 2003 and the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors Board of Directors since 1996. Ariosa was also the President of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors in 2004, receiving the Realtor of the year award that same year.
Ariosa has been on MRIS (Metropolitan Regional Information Services), one of the largest multiple list companies in the country, Board of Directors since 2006, and has served on their Executive Committee, and was Chairman of the Board. She actively participates on committees at the national, state and local levels. She is also on the MLS Evolved Task Force and is on the Bright MLS Board of Directors and Executive Committee serving as Treasurer. Ariosa was also recognized on the Swanepool Top 200 Leaders in 2016 and 2017 and Inman’s Most Influential List 2017.
Prior to joining Long & Foster, Ariosa was the Regional Vice President for Coldwell Banker Grempler Realty. She began her real estate career in 1988 as a sales associate. In 1993 Ariosa became Branch manager for what would become one of Coldwell Banker top profitable offices. In 1999 Ariosa was promoted to Regional Vice President overseeing 18 offices in the Baltimore area.
Cindy Ariosa has a degree in Political Science from Towson University.