Exclusive agent … Arthur B. Herling, an associate broker with WhH BOuH BHOO RIfiFH of Long C Foster Real Estate Inc., was recently named exclusive listing agent for four separate developments: a 27unit upscale townhome community in Blue Bell; a 14-unit townhome and 6-lot single family home community in Upper Gwynedd; and Anadale Green, a 174-unit townhome development in Lansdale.
Herling has 32 years of experience in land sales, lot and subdivision sales to many of the Delaware Valley’s home builders.
John Westrum, a large area home builder and developer, said he hired Herling to sell his 23-lot subdivision in Worcester “because he not only has the technical knowledge and contacts to sell ground, but he has the tenaciousness and persistence to keep revisiting potential purchasers to try to finG D wDy WR JHW Py lots sold. He accomplished that task.”
Herling is currently negotiating sales of land in parcels ranging from 1 lot up to 250 lots. In 2012 he formed Long C Foster Fine Properties, a “hybrid” brokeragesales team model that operates out of the Long C Foster Blue BHOO 2IfiFH.
Herling 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 Builders League of South Jersey.
New agents: Judy Hong and Claudie Spiewak recently joined the Blue Bell RIfiFH RI 3UuGHnWLDO Fox C Roach, Realtors as sales associates. Linda Ostrowsky, manager of the Blue BHOO 2IfiFH, PDGH WhH announcement.
Hong, a resident of Blue Bell, has been licensed since 2007.
Spiewak resides in Harleysville.
OFfiCE RANNED: 7hH DHYRn RIfiFH RI Long C Foster Real Estate Inc. led the Philadelphia region in sales during June.
According to Janet Gorden Rubino, vice president and manager of the Devon offiFH, WhH RIfiFH UDnNHG No. 1 in sales volume and No. 2 in sales units for the month in the Philadelphia region, and was ranked No. 28 in sales volume for the month throughout the entire Long C Foster company.
Year to date units were up over 2011, according to Rubino, who noted buyers were active in the marketplace and mortgage rates continue to be extremely affordable.
7hH DHYRn RIfiFH has continued to be the Philadelphia reJLRn’V 1R. 1 RIfiFH throughout 2012, as it has been every year since opening in 2001.
MELINCHUN HONORED: Barbara Melinchuk, a sales associate at the DevRn RIfiFH RI /RnJ & Foster Real Estate Inc., was named top producer for her offiFH IRU 0Dy.
Gary Scott, president of Long C Foster Real Estate Inc., made the announcement.
A consistent multimillion-dollar producer for the past 12-plus years, Melinchuk has a vast knowledge of the real estate marketplace in Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. She is a member of Long C Foster’s Director’s Club.
In addition to residential resale, she has experience in all phases of real estate including new homes marketing, investment properties, horse farms, and country homes.
She served as assistant manager of the Newtown Square RIfiFH RI /RnJ & )RVter, and helped build WhH RIfiFH LnWR RnH RI the top producing offiFHV Ln WhH 3hLODGHOphia region.
Melinchuk holds the Senior Real Estate Specialist and the “Green” designations. She is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors and the Suburban West Realtors Association.
A lifelong resident of Delaware County, she is a native of Concord Township and currently is a resident of Norwood.