New Leadership As Move CEO Steps Down is getting new leadership, with Move, Inc. CEO David Doctorow stepping down, company officials announced in a press release.

Doctorow spent the last three years leading Move, the parent company of and several other real estate brands. During his time, saw record revenues, audiences, and consumer satisfaction. The website saw average monthly users reach a high of over 100 million in 2022. A new mobile app, a home search algorithm incorporating AI, and new agent/broker products all launched under Doctorow.

In addition, Doctorow strengthened employee and industry relationships, as well as completed the integration of OpCity into the business. The acquisitions of Avail and UpNest were also executed under his leadership.

Doctorow will be succeeded by Damian Eales starting June 12.

“I am proud of the many successes we achieved at since February 2020, and greatly value having had the chance to work with the best team in the digital real estate industry,” he said. “I believe this is the right time for me to embark on a new chapter in my career, and I look forward to working with Damian as he begins his new role.”

Eales has served as EVP and Global Head of Transformation for News Corp since July 2020. His prior experience includes other leadership positions at News Corp Austria, including Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Operating Officer of the Australian publishing business.

“Damian is a strong leader with a long track record of accomplishment, and I am confident that his acumen and acuity will serve him well in leading into a new era of growth,” said Robert Thomson, Chief Executive of News Corp.

Eales has a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Queensland. He has served on the boards of the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, the American Australian Association, and the Sony Foundation. He is currently an Ambassador for the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation.