REAL ESTATE briefs
Hall of Fame: Daryl Radcliff, a sales associate with ReLMax Reliance in Souderton, was recently presented with the ReLMax Hall of Fame Award. Gerald Peklak, brokerL owner of ReLMax Reliance termed Radcliff an integral member of the Realtor’s team.
The award honors successful agents who have set themselves apart with their total commissions earned and overall commitment to the real estate industry during their career with the company. In 2012, fewer than 2 percent of all 5H/0Dx DIfiOLDWHs earned the prestigious award.
Radcliff has been a real estate professional for more than 13 years and has extensive experience in residential real estate. Among his achievements are the ReLMax 100 Percent, Executive and President’s club awards.
Top lister: Jay Robins, a sales associate with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.’s YDUGOHy 2IfiFH, wDs named a top lister for December 2012.
A real estate professional, Robins is an active member of the Pennsylvania Board of Realtors. Consistently a high achiever since entering real estate, he has frequently been
Fundraiser: Glendinning, cited as a top real estate lister.
New associate: Wendy Miller Stopperich recently joined Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.’s Blue Bell 2IfiFH Ds D sDOHs Dssociate. Debora Weidman-Phillips, vice president, associate broker and manager RI WhH RIfiFH, PDGH WhH announcement.
Stopperich will be working with Art Herling and the Art Herling Team. The team specializes in residential, new construction, multi-units and the sale of lots and ground.
Stopperich was previously an award-winning agent with another real estate broker in Doylestown and is licensed to do business in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is FHUWLfiHG Ds Dn ,nWHUnHW Marketing Specialist and has helped many relocate across the country or buy their fiUsW hRPH.
Prior to her real estate career, Stopperich was a sales manager, business owner and a marketing executive. She holds a degree in advertising from Penn State rniversity. She has been a resident of Bucks County most of her life. Bruce
dential Fox & Roach, Realtors senior vice president and regional manager, rappelled 21 stories above the streets of Philadelphia last fall as part of Outward Bound Philad e l p h i a ’s Building Adventure 2012 campaign.
Glendi n - ning qualifiHG IRU WhH thrill of rappelling down Penn Center Plaza by raising more than A2,000 for Outward Bound Philadelphia, a program that uses educational courses in both wilderness and natural settings to inspire young leaders.
Glendinning said he and his siblings all participated in an Outward Bound program in their youth.
Glendinning’s fundraising efforts contributed to the more than A150,000 the event raised for Outward Bound Philadelphia. Outward Bound Philadelphia awards up to A500,000 in scholar- ships to support more than 3,000 students each year.
OffiFH rHFognizHd: Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. recently announced that its Devon offiFH wDs WhH 1R. 1 RIfiFH in the Philadelphia Region during November 2012. Janet Gorden Rubino, vice president and managHU RI WhH DHvRn RIfiFH, made the announcement.
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