Editor-in-Chief passes torch to resume role in family real estate business
Since its inception in 2016, Think Realty Magazine has quickly grown to become a premier publication in the real estate industry. That success is due to the hard work and dedication of many Think Realty team members under the guidance of Think Realty President, Eddie Wilson, and the Editor-in-Chief, Carole Ellis.
Wilson selected Ellis to lead the charge for development of the magazine during this growth phase because of her deep industry knowledge and expertise. “She has been a wonderful partner on this journey. We appreciate her insight and leadership, and wish her nothing but the best as she begins her next chapter,” states Wilson.
Think Realty Director of Content, Abby Tillman will stand in as the Editor-in-Chief for Think Realty Magazine during this transition.
Ms. Ellis was instrumental in helping establish Think Realty Magazine as a well-respected, objective resource and trove of information for real estate investors.
The monthly publication is sent to subscribers nationwide and is available at Barnes & Noble bookstores across the country.
Members of Think Realty can also access digital versions of the publication at ThinkRealty.com
As a successful real estate investor, writer and publisher in her own right, Ms. Ellis was well aware of the need of a publication like Think Realty Magazine in the industry.
She stepped away from her family business to help launch the publication and set it on a track for growth.
Achieving her goals for Think Realty Magazine, Ellis made the decision to shift back to her role in the family business.
“The only thing that could take me away from Think Realty Magazine are the needs of my own company, Self-Directed Investor (SDI) Society, a membership society for all investors interested in using self-directed accounts to invest in alternative assets, including but not limited to real estate. My position with Think Realty Magazine and leading the magazine team has brought me great joy throughout my tenure there. I am truly proud of the hard work we put in and the high quality of the publication we produced,” said Ellis.