Emerick Peace is the Operating Partner and owner of Keller Williams Preferred Properties (KWPP). KWPP is a multi-billion dollar residential, luxury and commercial real estate sales brokerage with more than 540 associates located in Upper Marlboro, Maryland (Prince George's County). Keller Williams Preferred Properties is the undisputed #1 real estate brokerage (market share, transaction and sales volume) in Prince George’s County, Maryland and one of the largest single office brokerage on the eastern coast. Additionally, KWPP is ranked 443 of all brokerages throughout the entire United States according to Real Trends 500. Its operational footprint runs throughout the Baltimore and Washington DC Metropolitan Area, operating primarily in Washington DC, Baltimore City, Prince George's, and Charles Counties in Maryland.
Emerick has over 25 years of real estate sales experience with over one thousand eight hundred (1,800) successfully negotiated settlements from all aspects of the business (REO, probate, short sales, auctions and traditional sales). He oversees the operations of "The Peace Team" a twenty million dollar plus sales and marketing team. His career highlights include Prince George's County Association of Realtors Hall of Fame and a host of sales, leadership and community service awards. Currently, he is the President of 100 Black Men of Prince George's County Chapter Inc. He has committed countless hours to volunteering and serving the residents of Prince George's County through the Boys and Girls Club, public school career days, donations of dictionaries, book scholarships, clothes and toy donations for the homeless, free homeownership fairs and education sessions, along with numerous other events and activities.
Emerick has been quoted in national publications on multiple occasions and has been a guest speaker on several Washington DC and Baltimore radio and television programs, hosted a panel on C-Span and is a national speaker with FraserNet and The M.O.S.E.S. Movement and Kelvin Boston's MoneyWise Financial Empowerment Tour. Emerick is a six-time decorated 21-year retiree from the United States Air Force.
Emerick has a signature to his life—a certain style with which he lives. It is to make the most of every chance he gets, and help others to do the same. It's a lesson Emerick learned from his mother and part of the reason his blessings continue to flow. The bottom line for Emerick is the difference he makes with the chance he's given.