Associates recognized: Several Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors sales associates in the Jenkintown Home Marketing Center were honored DV WhH RIfiFH OHDGHrV for March.
Anna Skale, Elkins Park, was recognized for listings and units. Licensed since 2MMR, Skale hROGV WhH &HrWLfiHG Residential, Graduate Realtors Institute, Accredited Buyer Representative, Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource, ePro and 5HORFDWLRn FHrWLfiFDtions.
Jill Solomon Stumpf, Elkins Park, was recognized for volume. Licensed since 1987, Stumpf is H-&HrWLfiHG DnG hROGV the Graduate Realtors Institute designation.
Both Skale and Stumpf are recipients of the Chairman’s Circle and President’s Circle awards and both have been named a Philadelphia Magazine R-Star Real Estate agent, Skale for the past three years.
Boyd honored: Carolyn Boyd of the &ROOHJHYLOOH RIfiFH of Weichert, Realtors, was recognized for her exceptional industry success during March. John Bilek, regional vice president of Weichert, made the announcement.
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Office leaders: Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors honored several sales associates from the Blue BHOO 2IfiFH IRr EHLnJ RIfiFH OHDGHrV IRr March.
The Linda Baron Team was recognized for listings. Baron hROGV WhH &HrWLfiHG Residential Specialist, Accredited Buyer Representative, e-CerWLfiHG, AFFrHGLWHG 6HOOer Representative, Relocation, and Luxury and Fine Homes Specialist designations. A lifelong resident of Montgomery County, she is a recipient of the Top of the Rock and PREA Legend awards.
The Rosenthal Group, led by Rhonda and Larry Rosenthal and consisting of Alene Dordick, Reid Rosenthal and James Ware, was recognized for volume. The Rosenthals, both associate brokers, are recipients of the PREA 1MM, 1R-year Legend and Top of the Rock awards. They are residents of Ambler.
Jane Douglass was recognized for units. A real estate professional for more than 3M years, Douglass holds the Accredited Buyer Representative, Luxury Homes, sintage, Historic and Classic Properties Specialist designations. She is a recipient of the Top of The Rock and Chairman’s Circle awards. A lifelong resident of Montgomery County, she currently resides in Ambler.
Master’s Club: Lois Campbell, a sales associate in the Devon RIfiFH RI /RnJ & )RVter Real Estate, was named to the company’s Master’s Club for 2M12. Bob Albanese, senior regional vice president of Long & Foster’s Philadelphia region, and Janet Gorden Rubino, vice pres- ident and manager of WhH DHYRn RIfiFH PDGH the announcement.
The Master’s Club is the company’s highest production club honor, reserved for those ranked in the top 2 percent of all sales associates companywide.
Top producer: Josette Donatelli, a sales associate with the DHYRn RIfiFH RI /RnJ & Foster Real Estate Inc., was named top producer for March. Janet Gorden Rubino, vice president and PDnDJHr RI WhH RIfiFH, made the announcement.
Donatelli is a longtime resident of the Main Line and knows the surrounding communities in Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties as well. She holds the Accredited Buyer Representative, Senior Real Estate Specialist, e-PRO and 1A5 GrHHn-&HrWLfiHG designations.
Donatelli previously spent 1R years as a mortgage banker. She has been accredited as a home staging professional and for a number of years has been named a R-Star Real Estate professional, placing her in the top 7 percent of all real estate agents in the Delaware salley.
She is also a member of Long & Foster’s President’s Club.
April sales: Long & Foster’s Blue Bell RIfiFH hDG Dn RuWstanding sales month in April, according to Bob Albanese, senior regional vice president of the Philadelphia Region.
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sice president and Blue Bell manager Debora WeidmanPhillips said average sale price also increased 19 percent over last April.