Long & Foster Real Estate’s Bethany Beach sales office, located at 33298 Coastal Highway, recently announced the names of its top producing sales associates for the second quarter of 2012.
“We congratulate the following sales associates for their outstanding production and dedication to their clients in the second quarter of 2012. We are proud of each one of the top producers and are very fortunate to have them as part of the Long & Foster family,” said Dottie Wells, vice president and branch manager of the Bethany Beach sales office.
For the month of April, Shirley Price was named the top listing agent, top selling agent and top producer, while the Karen Sergison/Missy Nalewaik Team were the top selling team and top producing team. The top listing team was the Allison Stine/Colleen Kellner Team, and the top listing group, top selling group and top producing group was the Leslie Kopp Group.
For the month of May, the top listing agent was Shirley Price and the top selling agent and top producer was Sarah French. The top producing team was the Allison Stine Team, which includes Allison Stine and Colleen Kellner, and the top listing and top selling team was Karen Sergison/Missy Nalewaik Team. The top listing group, top sales group and top producing group was the Leslie Kopp Group.
The top listing agent for the month of June was Shirley Price. The top selling agent and top producer was Howie Winston. The top selling and top producing team was the Missy & Karen Team, and the top selling and top producing group was the Leslie Kopp Group.
“Our agents and staff live here and work here and are continually giving back to the community that we love,” said Wells. “Once a year, every single Long & Foster office must pick a project to help the community in which we live and work. This year, the Bethany office had a dinner at the Cottage Café, guest bartenders and a silent auction and was able to give the Lower Sussex Little League $4,500 to help them with a new ball field, dugout and fencing.
“So many of our children and children of the community benefit from the Little League,” she added. “We want to thank all of the businesses that donated items for our silent auction, our guest bartenders, the Cottage Café, the people who dined with us that night to benefit the cause and all the agents who helped to make the event a success.”