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Weichert offices, associates receive regional awards

The Collegeville office was recognized for exceptional success in December. The office led its Weichert sales region, which is composed of locations throughout the Main Line, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania and New Castle County in Delaware, for resales.

In addition, sales associate Chaundra Santangelo from the Collegeville office was individually recognized for her accomplishments in December. Santangelo was the top associate in her sales region for resale revenue units and resale dollar volume during the month.

Brian Turner was recognized for his outstanding performance in December. As the overall top producer in the Blue Bell office, Turner had the most listings and the most sales during the month.

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The Jenkintown office was recognized for success in December. The office led its Weichert sales region for resale listings, resale revenue units and resale dollar volume.

In addition, Jenkintown office sales associates Yael Milbert, Deborah Spence and Jay Press were recognized at an office level. Spence was the associate with the most listings and tied with Press for the highest sales for the month. Milbert led the office for volume.

Sales associate Maureen Galleo of the Whitemarsh office was recognized for her exceptional performance in December. As a top producer, Galleo led her Weichert sales region for resale listings.

In addition, Galleo led all Whitemarsh associates for listings, while Justin Reeves was recognized for sales and dollar volume for the month.

Berkshire Hathaway welcomes new associates

Jason Ostrowsky, manager of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors Jenkintown Home Marketing Center, welcomes Ernie Coates as a sales associate.

Licensed since 1999, Coates, ABR, CDPE, was previously with Carrington Real Estate Services.

“I joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach because they provide a learning environment that is essential to lifelong success,” he said.

Coates is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Association of Realtors and an active member in his community. He resides in Philadelphia with his wife, Cathy, and they have three children. Coates serves Philadelphia, Montgomery and Delaware counties and can be contacted at 215-887-0400 or by emailing ernie.coates@foxroach.com.

Laura Selverian, manager of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors Collegeville office, welcomes Tina Trager as a sales associate.

“I joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach because of their core values and the training and mentoring they offer their agents,” she said.

Trager has resided in Upper Providence/Royersford for 18 years. Her son is a graduate of Spring-Ford High School and now attends Penn State University, and her daughter is currently a sophomore at Spring-Ford. Trager serves Montgomery County and she can be contacted at 610-831-5300 or by emailing tina.trager@foxroach.com.

Sue Walsh and Patrick Gallagher, co-managers of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors Chestnut Hill Office, welcome Amin Beyah as a sales associate with the Sivel Group.

Licensed since 2015, Beyah was previously with Keller Williams. He resides in Hatfield with his wife, Christina, and their three children. Beyah serves Montgomery County and can be contacted at 215-247-3750 or by emailing amin.beyah@foxroach.com.

Weichert helps spread holiday spirit with annual toy drive

The Weichert Family of Companies successfully completed its 38th annual Toy Drive, collecting more than 13,500 new toys for families and children in need this holiday season.

The collected toys were donated to several charities throughout the regions in which Weichert does business, including the Ashley Lauren Foundation, Salvation Army, YMCA Project Protect and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. In addition, employees at Weichert’s corporate headquarters donated more than 500 toys to the New Jersey Department of Child Protection and Permanency’s Holiday Appeal, which provides gifts to children who have been victims of child abuse or neglect.

“The Weichert Family of Companies is proud of the outpouring of generosity from our sales associates and employees, as well as the residents of the communities we serve,” said Jim Weichert, president, chairman and CEO of Weichert, Realtors. “We are thrilled to continue our commitment to help serve the communities where we do business each year by bringing holiday cheer to families who need it most.”

The new, unwrapped toys were collected at Weichert, Realtors sales offices and from corporate staff members. In addition to toys, Weichert also collected clothing, food and financial contributions, which also were passed along to various charities.

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