New agent: Frank Johnson, broker/ owner of Banker’s Realty Inc., recently joined Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors/ The Trident droup.
An associate broker, Johnson was with Roach Brothers in 1988 and is a land and real estate investments specialist who has achieved over 1,785 sold customers during his real estate career.
Johnson has been in the Montgomery County real estate community for more than 34 years and has represented a notable list of developers to sell their new housing developments. He will maintain his commercial and land business at Banker’s 5HDOWy IURP WKH RIfiFH at 3008 Butler Pike in Conshohocken.
Johnson specializes in residential and commercial real estate and land sales in Montgomery County.
associate: Debra Bagarozzo recently joined Coldwell Banker Premier Properties as a sales associate and the new homes sales consultant for W.B. Homes luxury singles at the Villages at Country View in Salford Township.
Bagarozzo has extensive experience in residential new homes sales and has continually been recognized as a top producer. In addition to her background in residential sales, she is knowledgeable about the new home marketplace.
New agent: Russ Angely recently joined the Lansdale RIfiFH RI &HnWuUy 21 Alliance as a sales associate. A 10-year real estate veteran, Angely was previously with Keller Williams and will specialize in residential transactions in Montgomery, Philadelphia and Chester counties. A 15-year resident of Chalfont and graduate of Hatboro High School, Angely obtained an associate’s degree in business from Penn State University. He is licensed in Pennsylvania and has attained both the Senior Real Estate Specialist and ePRO designations.
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Bob Albanese, senior regional vice president of the Phil- adelphia region, and Vice President and Blue Bell manager Debora WeidmanPhillips made the announcement.
New associate: Deidre Avery recently joined Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors Collegeville OIfiFH DV D VDOHV DVsociate. Barry Beal, PDnDJHU RI WKH RIfiFH, made the announcement.
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Avery resides in Collegeville and serves Montgomery, Bucks, and Philadelphia counties. with a designer chandelier and matching wall sconces.
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