By: ~ Admin ~
May 10, 2017
Coldwell Banker - Sandy River Realty Partnership
Coldwell Banker Sandy River Realty is pleased to donate to United Way from the commissions it earned during the month of April. The spring real estate season kicked off to a great start as our customers bought and/or sold 15 houses during the month. This donation is part of the Premier Corporate Sponsorship between United Way and the area's leading real estate office. As part of this sponsorship, Sandy River Realty will also make a donation for every home sold during the months of May and June.
The donation from our April sales is presented by Stephanie Marcotte, an Associate Broker at Sandy River Realty. In addition to real estate, Steph is an avid volunteer enjoys participating in various community activities. In April, she participated in the "Financial Fitness Fair" at Cascade Brook School in Farmington. The event introduces students to budgeting as they make purchasing decisions on expenses such as housing, groceries and vehicles. Steph first became involved in the activity when her own children attended Cascade Brook and it has now become an annual event for her. She presents the students with an inventory of homes for sale in different price ranges and each student is challenged to "purchase" the home of their choice while keeping an eye on their budget. This popular school activity is sponsored by the University Credit Union and is spearheaded by their Branch Manager, Beth Beaudoin.
Stephanie has developed a compelling reputation for having the highest level of dedication to her real estate clients. She is in the forefront of local brokers who use the latest technology (including social media) to promote clients' listings and increase their exposure to potential buyers. By using these tools, Stephanie capably assists both buyers and sellers in today's ever-changing real estate market. If you'd like to talk to Steph about your real estate needs, give her a call today at Sandy River Realty.
This article reprinted from the May 2017 United Way of the Tri-Valley Area newsletter