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RE/MAX AGENT DOUG MORROW EARNS HALL OF FAME AWARD

SALEM, MA Aug. 2016 – Doug Morrow, with RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate, has been presented with the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, recognizing Affiliates who have earned at least $1 million in commissions during their careers with RE/MAX.

Doug has been working in the real estate industry for 22 years, the last 7 of which he has been affiliated with RE/MAX Advantage. Morrow has extensive experience in single family home sales, condominium sales and renovation sales. Among Morrow’s achievements are the Graduate of the Realtor Institute (GRI), Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) and e-Pro designations.

“Doug is an integral member of our team and is more than deserving of this very prestigious award,” said Kathy Sullivan, Co-Owner of RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate.“Winning this award is a tremendous accomplishment. Doug continues to raise the bar in real estate, making us and this community proud.”

In addition, Doug actively supports The American Red Cross and Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

Doug can be contacted at 978-500-1234 or doug@dougmorrow.com

RE/MAX has over 100,000 agents worldwide and continues to lead the industry in top markets with cutting-edge technologies like the comprehensive property search engine on www.remax.com  and RE/MAX University, which provides Associates with award-winning programming, coaching and training in the convenience of their offices or homes.

_____________________About RE/MAX of New England and INTEGRA Enterprises                                                                          

Since its inception in 1985, RE/MAX of New England has grown to over 200 offices and 2,700 sales associates throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, providing franchised residential and commercial real estate services to its franchisees and their real estate professionals.

RE/MAX of New England is owned by RE/MAX INTEGRA, a privately-held company headquartered in Toronto, Canada.  RE/MAX INTEGRA is the largest sub-franchisor of RE/MAX, LLC worldwide, and represents 28,000 agents and approximately 30 percent of RE/MAX, LLC.

For more information about RE/MAX of New England or RE/MAX INTEGRA, visit the RE/MAX of New England blog at www.remaxne.com and follow us on Twitter at @REMAXNE. RE/MAX is proud to help raise millions of dollars and support local charitable organizations including Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate was started in 1989 by Kathy and Terry Sullivan. With office locations in Beverly, Gloucester, Marblehead, Peabody and Salem, MA.

For More Information, Contact:

Kathy Sullivan, Co-Owner of RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate 

781-771-9949 or Kathy@sullivanteam.com

Susan Olson Builds Expertise in Luxury Home Marketing

OLSON BUILDS EXPERTISE IN LUXURY REAL ESTATE, NEW MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE FOR LUXURY HOME MARKETING

Susan Olson with RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate recently completed the luxury home sales and marketing training course offered by The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing®.

Salem, MA. June 2016 -- The two-day training, which trains residential real estate professionals on selling and marketing to the affluent, covered topics such as: demographics of the affluent, lifestyle segmentation, trends and amenities in today’s luxury home product, and creating a marketing plan for the multimillion dollar property.

“Agents who take our intensive two-day training and become members of The Institute are professionals who are actively working to differentiate themselves within real estate by fine-tuning their expertise and competencies in the luxury niche,” said Amanda Hammer, Director of Membership at The Institute. “Through training and membership within our organization, they are exemplifying their dedication to better understanding and serving the needs of the affluent buyer and seller and are dedicated to providing the exceptional service that the affluent have come to expect.”

“Only current and active members of The Institute are eligible to earn the Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist® (CLHMS) designation, a prestigious luxury-specific professional designation that reflects that the real estate professional has proven documented performance within the luxury residential market” added Hammer.

Olson has been in real estate since 2004 and specializes in residential real estate on the North Shore. 

“The training provided me new insight about having a comprehensive knowledge of the local real estate market, helped me polish my skills, and provided valuable networking contacts with other agents in adjacent markets who specialize in luxury properties,” said Olson.

For insights into the current state of the luxury market, contact Susan Olson at RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate, 978-902-1759 or susan@susanolson.net.

Gail Tyrrell Earns Hall Of Fame Award

 

RE/MAX ADVANTAGE AGENT GAIL TYRRELL EARNS HALL OF FAME AWARD

Salem, MA April 2016 – Gail Tyrrell, with RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate, has been presented with the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, recognizing Affiliates who have earned at least $1 million in commissions during their careers with RE/MAX.

Tyrrellhas been working in the real estate industry for more than 37 years and has extensive experience in working with first time home buyers, empty nesters and developers. Among Tyrrell’s achievements are obtaining a Bachelors of Science degree and License in Social Work and past Board Member for the NSARC.

“Tyrrell has been an integral member of our team and is more than deserving of this very prestigious award,” said Kathy Sullivan, Co-Owner, of RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate. “Winning this award is a tremendous accomplishment.”

In addition, Tyrrell actively supports MSPCA & Library Trustee for the Peabody Institute Library, Danvers, MA.

RE/MAX has over 100,000 agents worldwide and continues to lead the industry in top markets with cutting-edge technologies like the comprehensive property search engine on www.remax.com and RE/MAX University, which provides Associates with award-winning programming, coaching and training in the convenience of their offices or homes.

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About RE/MAX of New England and INTEGRA Enterprises

Since its inception in 1985, RE/MAX of New England has grown to over 200 offices and 2,700 sales associates throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, providing franchised residential and commercial real estate services to its franchisees and their real estate professionals.

RE/MAX of New England is owned by RE/MAX INTEGRA, a privately-held company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. RE/MAX INTEGRA is the largest sub-franchisor of RE/MAX, LLC worldwide, and represents 28,000 agents and approximately 30 percent of RE/MAX, LLC.

For more information about RE/MAX of New England or RE/MAX INTEGRA, visit the RE/MAX of New England blog at www.remaxne.com and follow us on Twitter at @REMAXNE. RE/MAX is proud to help raise millions of dollars and support local charitable organizations including Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate was established in 1989 by Terry and Kathy Sullivan. RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate has offices in Beverly, Marblehead, Salem, Peabody and Gloucester, MA.

For More Information, Contact:

Kathy Sullivan, Co-Owner of RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate

781-771-9949 or kathy@findahomeinma.com 

New hotel may breathe life into pedestrian mall

A new hotel may soon pop up downtown in the Newmark Building, a move that could help revive the Essex Street pedestrian mall, according to city officials. Read the full story here: http://goo.gl/CwfmBU

Salem Bomb Dog Going to Boston

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Patrolman Jon Bedard and his 2 1/2yr old German Shepherd- Thor, will be heading to downtown Boston on Monday, April 21, for an event that the whole world will be watching in the wake of last year’s tragic bombing. Boston Police requested Thor 2 months ago.

http://goo.gl/9QPZDN

Another Appeal Dropped for the Power Plant in Salem

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This week two Salem residents told a court they are dropping their appeals of the $800 million project. However, Foorprint Power still must resolve a federal appeal filed by four other Salem and area residents with the Environmental Appeals Board of the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C.

http://goo.gl/XHa4eO

Doctors Plan Office Building on Former Flynntan Site

A large physicians’ group, Pediatric Associates of Greater Salem, has filed plans with the City of Salem to construct a medical office building at the long unused site of a former tannery at the intersection of Boston and Bridge Streets.

http://goo.gl/UWmVvQ

Demonstrators Protest Natural Gas Plant Proposal in Salem

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Approximately 400 demonstrators protested the $800 million proposal by Footprint Power, to open a 674-megawatt natural gas plant in Salem in 2016. It is strongly opposed by multiple environmental groups that want to reduce the state’s reliance on fossil fuels.

http://goo.gl/KvTmWE

Sinkhole Discovered Beneath Essex Street Pedestrian Mall in Salem

A sinkhole has been discovered beneath the cobblestones and brick that top Salem's Essex Street Pedestrian Mall. The sinkhole was located near the intersection of Central Street and Essex Street, a location heavy in foot traffic particularly from spring until Halloween.

The sinkhole had a depth of 10 feet, a width of 4 feet, and would have likely collapsed within a few months had it not been discovered during work related to the expansion of the Peabody Essex Museum. 

City engineers believe the sinkhole developed when a concrete-based sewer pipe broke down, causing it to begin leaking into a nearby manhole. This action in turn washed away the soil over time and created the sinkhole.

Read the full article here:

http://www.salemnews.com/local/x1262662458/Sinkhole-discovered-beneath-pedestrian-mall

Salem's The Point Neighborhood Subject of New Study

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Congress Street, a significant roadway in Salem stretching from Pickering Wharf through The Point neighborhood, already has numerous shops and stores. However, there are also many unused and under-utilized storefronts. A new study is under way to determine what types of businesses might succeed in the area and how to attract new commercial development. The current appearance of the area is believed to be working against the latter at present, and improving the appearance would be one recommended starting point.

Read the full article here: 

http://goo.gl/u7XMh4