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Coldwell Banker Preferred in Exton Recognizes May Top Associates

Bob Frame, affiliated with Coldwell Banker Preferred in Exton.
Bob Frame, affiliated with Coldwell Banker Preferred in Exton.

Corinne Heim, associate broker and manager of the Coldwell Banker Preferred Exton office, is pleased to announce the office’s top affiliated associates and associated teams for the month of May 2014, who achieved more than $1 million in either closed sales or listings, according to TReND. Achieving this distinction were Susan Bell, Lee Ann Embrey, Robert Fanning, Bob Frame, Liz Frame, Jen Hohenberger, LuAnn McHugh, Lin Ninnis, Jeff Stluka, Betsy Woodrow, the Kathy Gagnon Team, the Kris Gomez Team, and the Patrick Milia Team.

 

The Top Sales Agents of the Month were Bob and Liz Frame, who had the highest volume sold in May, according to TReND. The Kathy Gagnon Team was honored as the Sales Team of the Month for having the highest volume sold.

 

“Coldwell Banker Preferred Exton continues its mission to become the most productive real estate office in Chester County,” said Heim. “The outstanding reputation of Coldwell Banker and our affiliated agents has enabled us to continue our company’s successful and proven track record.”

 

The Coldwell Banker Preferred Exton office has a cadre of professional, experienced associates who take pride in working with clients to satisfy their every real estate need. If you are looking to list or purchase a home want to experience the very best, the Exton office can be reached by phone at (610) 363-6006 or on the web at CBPref.com.

 

 

Coldwell Banker Preferred has nine offices and a sales force of nearly 650 sales associates and staff serving the communities of the Greater Philadelphia area and the Delaware Valley, including northern Delaware and southern New Jersey. Coldwell Banker Preferred is part of NRT LLC, the nation’s largest residential real estate brokerage company. For more information visit: www.CBpref.com.

 

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