Business briefs: RE/MAX welcomes new agents
Steamboat Springs — RE/MAX welcomes new agents:
Joan Hart joins RE/MAX Partners as an associate broker, adding a depth, experience and well-recognized capability to the team.
Hart currently serves as chair of the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors, as well as a state director for the Colorado Association of Realtors. A graduate of the University of St. Thomas, she launched her career in Minneapolis, specializing in integrated marketing and sales campaigns for diverse companies and industries. After a move to Colorado, she transformed her sales and marketing experience into a real estate career.
“Joan is dedicated to providing the highest level of service to her clients,” said Kim Kreissig, managing broker. “Our team is honored to have her join us!”
Christi Herbert also joins RE/MAX Partners as an associate broker, adding a wealth of real estate experience to the team. With ample years of construction knowledge as well, Christi is well-suited to assist people in taking advantage of a variety of opportunities in our real estate market.
“I absolutely love what I do. It’s so rewarding to work with people and make a positive difference in their lives,” Herbert said. “On top of all that, I help them realize their home buying and selling dreams in one of the most beautiful places on earth.”
“Christi provides sound advice and in-depth support every step of the way” said Kreissig. “We are thrilled to have her on our team.”
Christian Talli joins RE/MAX Partners with a wealth of service industry experience. He commits himself to his clients and strives to makes all transactions substantive and memorable. While newer to real estate, his strong community ties and solid knowledge of the Yampa Valley positions him for success.
“Christian brings a wonderful level of energy and enthusiasm to our team,” Kreissig said. “And he’s quickly proving his competence in his early transactions”
Coldwell Banker associate named “distinctive angel”
Lorraine Morrison, sales associate with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties, has received the celebrated Coldwell Banker “Distinctive Angel” Award. This award is presented to an individual with the Coldwell Banker brand who strengthens his or her community through charitable efforts.
Morrison spent more than 35 hours volunteering for the annual Church Christmas Dinner.
“Our Coldwell Banker Distinctive Angel program recognizes the critical role that the real estate professionals in our network play in their communities,” said Todd Conklin, president and chief executive officer of Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties. “Lorraine is incredibly passionate about her work on behalf of others, and I’m humbled by her dedication and her inspiring acts that help our community.”
The Coldwell Banker Distinctive Angels program volunteers to local charitable programs year-round, allowing the agents each month to choose charities close to them for the company as a whole to support together.
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