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Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors inducts 28 new members
BEDFORD – The Greater Manchester/ Nashua Board of Realtors office recently inducted 28 new Realtors, which its chief executive said signals an upswing in the housing market.
"Inducting 28 new Realtor members into our local board is a positive sign that housing is improving in our immediate market area," said GMNBR President Gail R. Athas in a news release. Athas led the new member orientation class.
The new members are:
Earl Almy of Brin Realty Group, Maybelle Balsama of Prudential Verani Realty/Amherst, Sarah Brown of Century 21 Cardinal, Tabitha Caddy of Keller Williams Metropolitan, Edwin Deoleo of Century 21 Cardinal, Tatyana Dolzhanskiy of Prudential Verani Realty/ Londonderry, Corey Donegan of Summerview Real Estate, Jeff Eagen of Keller Williams Metropolitan, Donna Erhardt of CB Residential Brokerage, Christine Fecteau of Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan, Nicole Garrity of Century 21 Advantage, Elizabeth Grayson of CB Residential Brokerage, Laura Hamilton of CB Lin-Wood R.E., Daniel Harris of Prudential Verani Realty, Sharon Havens of CB Residential Brokerage, Constance Jackson of Brin Realty Group, Janelle Johnson of Regarding Real Estate, Charles Johnson Jr. of Regarding Real Estate, Heidi Jozwiak of Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan, David Latti of Century 21 Cardinal, Cheryl Liss of CB Residential Brokerage, John Martein of Keller Williams Realty/ Nashua, Megan Mcphee of Keller Williams Metropolitan, Caitlin Morrison of Keller Williams/ Nashua, Zachary Sanford of Keller Williams/ Nashua, Lisa Schmalz of CB Residential Brokerage, Travis Warner of CB Residential Brokerage, and Laurie Yennaco of Keller Williams Metropolitan.
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