Real Estate Briefs
Berkshire Hathaway welcomes sales associates
Sue Walsh and Patrick Gallagher, sales leaders of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors Chestnut Hill office, welcome Amy Cox as a sales associate.
“I joined BHHS Fox & Roach because of their values, compassion, empowerment and service,” she said.
An active member in her community, Cox has a doctoral degree from McGill University. She resides in Mt. Airy and serves Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Delaware counties.
Additionally, Patricia O’Herrick, sales leader of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors Harleysville Home Marketing Center, welcomes Gene Yerger as a sales associate.
“I joined BHHS Fox & Roach because of their market share and sophisticated use of technology,” he said.
Formerly with The Barndt Agency Inc., Yerger has been licensed since 1977. An award-winning agent, he specializes in listings and selling land development and new construction.
An active participant in his community, Yerger is a member of the Montgomery County Association of Realtors. He resides in Perkiomenville and serves Western Montgomery County and adjacent areas.
Local Realtor teams with Worthwhile organization
Realtor Scott Newell has announced he will donate 15 percent of the earned professional fee of any real estate transaction (personal or referred) from real estate transactions made with his team to Worthwhile Wear, a local nonprofit dedicated to fighting human trafficking.
This effort will continue through the end of 2019.
Worthwhile Wear’s local efforts provide housing/recovery/vocational support at The Well in Bucks County and are supported in part by Worthwhile Thrift in Pipersville and Freedom Boutique in Fountainville. They combine with international efforts to provide vocational training and employment to reach and restore the survivors of sex trafficking here and abroad.
Having met Worthwhile Wear founder, Daniel Emr, about 10 years ago, Newell was moved to be part of the solution, he said.
“We deeply believe in the mission of Worthwhile Wear and that all people are valued,” Newell said. “You can help by partnering with our team to continue the tremendous impact and life change of individuals. We will donate 15 percent of the earned professional fee of any real estate transaction (personal or refereed). Simply mention Worthwhile Wear.”
Berkshire Hathaway honors agents at Breakfast of Champions
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (BHHS) Fox & Roach, Realtors recently honored Montgomery County sales associates for their sales performance for September at a monthly Breakfast of Champions.
Sales associates honored were Alexander Kim, Steven Kim, Debbie Landregan and Debbie Mignogna, of the Blue Bell office; Amin Beyah, Mark Malfara and Jennifer Rinella, of the Chestnut Hill office; Cindy Bergen and Andrea Szlavik, of the Collegeville office; Wayne Fenstermacher and Kevin Loughran, of the Harleysville Home Marketing Center; Connie Berg, Stu Bleznak, Marilyn Bleznak, Max Chania and Vicki Klink, of the Jenkintown Home Marketing Center; and Laurie Condello, Chuck Snyder and Robin Young, of the Spring House Home Marketing Center.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (BHHS) Fox & Roach, Realtors honors Montgomery County sales associates for their sales performance for September at a monthly Breakfast of Champions.