Long & Foster Cambridge office moves to downtown
CAMBRIDGE — The Cambridge office of Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, celebrated its move to 507 Court Lane in downtown historic Cambridge with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 5. The new location is convenient for buyers and sellers with easy access to the Dorchester County Court house, title companies, lenders, restaurants and shops.
“Long & Foster is committed to having the best trained and best equipped agents in the business, and this new office helps us to accomplish these goals — giving us a comfortable working environment that’s designed for both collaboration and education,” said Martha Witte Suss, branch manager of Long & Foster on the Eastern Shore.
In addition to its convenience, this new location features an executive conference room for home buyers and sellers to meet with their agent and discuss their real estate strategies.
Sponsored by the Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce, the event was well-attended and included State Sen. Addie Eckardt; Debbie Leber, executive director of the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors; Rob Gallagher of Prosperity Home Mortgage; many Long and Foster agents, as well as friends and neighbors from the community.
“We have no doubt that the new Cambridge office will be the goto resource when consumers in Dorchester County are looking to make confident, well-informed buying and selling decisions,” Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate, said.
Long & Foster’s Cambridge office may be reached by calling 410-228-2050.
The Cambridge office of Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, celebrated its move to 507 Court Lane in downtown historic Cambridge with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, Sept. 5.