Team honored: The Art Herling Team was named the top producing sales team in WKH BOuH BHOO RIfiFH RI Long C Foster Real Estate for November, with a total of 20 sales. Deborah WeidmanPhillips, vice president and manager of the RIfiFH, PDGH WKH Dnnouncement.
The Art Herling Team is led by Arthur B. Herling, associate broker. A real estate professional for 30plus years, Herling formed the “hybrid” brokerage-sales team in 2012.
Herling has been involved in more than 12,000 new home sales, marketing and the building process. He is a member of the Home Builders Association of Chester and Delaware Counties, as well as the Home Builders Association of Bucks and Montgomery Counties and New Castle County.
Arnold honored: Lucy Arnold, a sales associate in the Devon RIfiFH RI /RnJ & )RVter Real Estate Inc., was named top producer for November. Janet Gorden Rubino, vice president and manager RI WKH RIfiFH, PDGH WKH announcement.
Working primarily in the Delaware Valley, in and around Chester, Montgomery and Del- aware counties, Arnold has been a consistent top producer. She began her career in the resale home market and quickly gravitated to new homes marketing, representing several of builders in the area.
Arnold represents the homes developed by Sukonik Building Co. and its newest communities: lak Creek in Royersford, and Brookside Estates in Lower Pottsgrove,.
Lucy and her husband, Ray, also a sales agent for Long C Foster, reside in Montgomery County.
New associate: Colleen Sullivan recently joined Prudential Fox C Roach, Realtors &ROOHJHvLOOH 2IfiFH DV a sales associate.
Licensed since 1987, Sullivan was previously with Philomeno C Salamone Real Estate, Continental Realty, where she represented Gambone Development Co., and Michael Anthony Homes. She is a member of the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and National associations of Realtors, as well as the Montgomery County and lcean City boards of Realtors.
Sullivan has a background in new construction and serves both the resale and second home markets in Montgomery, Chester and Delaware counties, as well as the New Jersey Shore.
New associate: Calvin Idler recently joined the Royersford RIfiFH RI 5LFKDUG $. wuber Realty as a sales associate.
A real estate professional for more than 20 years, Idler earned his broker’s license in 1985 and has worked in the mortgage, title, DnG DSSUDLVDO fiHOGV.
Idler’s great-grandfather opened Herman C. Idler, Co. in Philadelphia in 1891, and his grandfather and two uncles continued the family tradition.
A resident of Spring City, Idler has a bachelor’s degree from The College of Wooster in Wooster, lhio. He will be placing a focus in the lwen J. Roberts School District and the surrounding areas.
Office recognized: Weichert, Realtors’ BOuH BHOO 2IfiFH ZDV recognized for outstanding performance in November. Larry Minsky, regional vice president, made the announcement.
7KH RIfiFH OHG WKH UHgion, serving the Main Line, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania, for resales, resale revenue units and resale dollar volume.
Exclusive agent: Roddy Inc. has been appointed by Childress hlein Properties to market its 73,000- square- foot building in the Horsham Ridge Industrial Park.
The prime manufacturing/distribution facility consists of 5.91 acres with a modern one-story heated and sprinklered facility, expandable to approximately 102,834 square feet.The property is being offered for sale or for lease.
It is located about three miles from the Willow Grove Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and provides convenient access to the Northeast Extension, Interstate 95, Easton Road, Bethlehem Pike, US Route 1 and bridges to New Jersey.