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<lst>The McLean/Old Dominion Office of Weichert, Realtors recently treated customers to a free evening at the movies at "Weichert Movie Night." The event took place over two nights at Regal Cinemas of Ballston Common in Arlington and was attended by more than 500 past and current customers. Guests received a ticket to the movie of their choice, free food from the concessions bar, a gift bag and entry in a drawing for door prizes.

The Long & Foster Companies, the largest privately owned residential real estate and related financial services company in America, reported March total sales of $6.1 billion for the month, an increase of 17 percent over March 2004. It was the best March in the company's 37-year history. The top sales office in the northern Virginia region for March, based on sales volume was the McLean office, with $91 million.

Dan Laytham was named by Roger Applegate, manager of the Great Falls Long & Foster office, as the top producer, top lister, top seller and the agent with the most new listings with a sales volume of $6,909,175.

McLean Center Office of Weichert, Realtors was recognized with a regional award for the month of February. The office led all 30 of Weichert's Virginia offices in highest new home dollar volume. The McLean Center branch ranked in the top 10 in profit, listings and revenue units last year in the Capital Region. The Capital Region consists of 52 Weichert offices located throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District.

McLean/Dolley Madison Office of Weichert, Realtors was recognized with a company-wide and two regional awards for the month of February. The office led the company in resale dollar volume last month, and led all 30 of Weichert's Virginia offices in number of resale and resale revenue units. The McLean/Dolley Madison branch ranked first in profit, listings and Weichert Family of Companies dollar volume last year in the Capital Region. The Capital Region consists of 52 Weichert offices located throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District.

J.D. (Janet) Callander of Weicher Realtors' McLean Center Office was recognized with a regional award for the month of February. Callander led the Virginia region in recording the highest number of resale marketed listings, sharing the honor with Kathleen Quintarelli of the Burke/Fairfax Station Office. The two finished on top of sales associates from 29 other Weichert offices located throughout Virginia to earn the awards.

Betty Busey of the McLean/Dolley Madison Office of Weichert, Realtors was recognized with a regional award for the month of February. Busey, a member of the Executive's Club at Weichert, led all sales associates in the Virginia region in recording the highest resale dollar volume. She finished on top of sales associates from 29 other offices located throughout Virginia to earn the honor.

Margaret Hollar of the McLean/Dolley Madison Office of Weichert, Realtors was recognized with two regional awards for the month of February. Hollar led all sales associates in the Virginia region in recording the highest number of resale and number of resale revenue units. She finished on top of sales associates from 29 other offices located throughout Virginia to earn the honor.

Arlis Simmons, branch manager of Weichert, Realtors, McLean Center Office, announced that several sales associates have been honored for their achievements in January. Earning the honor of top producer was Sue Huckaby, a member of the Chairman of the Board Premiere Club. She led the office in dollar volume, revenue units, listings and listings sold. Huckaby finished second in 2004 in the Capital Region in the categories of gross commission and dollar volume, and was third in listings sold. The Capital Region includes 52 Weichert offices located throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. Chairman's Club member Jin O'Neill earned the honor of top seller for the month. Both O'Neill and Huckaby earned National Sales Awards in 2004 for being in the top 5 percent of sales associates nationwide.

Weichert, Realtors' Great Falls Office announced that several sales associates have been honored for their achievements in March. Leading the office in dollar volume was Carole Ellickson, a member of the Chairman of the Board Elite Club. She earned a National Sales Award in 2004 for being in the top five percent of sales associates nationwide. Michelina Queri led the way in revenue units. She joined Weichert just over one year ago and has earned membership in the Executive's Club. President's Club member Melissa Fones topped the branch in listings, while Chairman of the Board Elite member Bhavani Ghanta was the top seller for the second month in a row. Ghanta is also a member of the Chairman's Gold Club, signifying a high level of sales financed through Weichert Financial. Both she and Fones earned National Sales Awards in 2004.

Weichert, Realtors' McLean Center Office announced that several sales associates have been honored for their achievements in March. Earning the honor of top producer was Sue Huckaby, a member of the top-ranking Chairman of the Board Premiere Club. She led the office in dollar volume, revenue units, listings and listings sold. In 2004 Huckaby was No. 2 in gross commission and dollar volume, out of associates from 52 Weichert offices located throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Jin O'Neill, a member of the Chairman's Club, led the way in sales, earning the honor of top seller. Both March honorees earned National Sales Awards in 2004 for being in the top five percent of sales associates nationwide.

Weichert, Realtors' McLean/Old Dominion Office announced that several sales associates have been honored for their achievements in March. Leading the office in dollar volume was Pat Derwinski, a member of the top-ranking Chairman of the Board Premiere Club. J.D. (Janet) Callander, also a member of the Chairman of the Board Premiere Club, led the office in revenue units, listings, listings sold and total sales. Callander, who earned her real estate license in January 2003, had a notable career in public health research before coming to Weichert. She has worked at various colleges including Galludet, the University of Maryland and Georgetown University, where she was a faculty member of the School of Medicine. Callander is a longtime resident of Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., having moved to the area from New England in 1986.

Weichert, Realtors' McLean/Dolley Madison Office announced that several sales associates have been honored for their achievements in March. Chairman of the Board Premiere member Penny Yerks led the way in dollar volume for the month. Yerks was the No. 1 agent in the Capital Region last year in gross commission and dollar volume and was No. 4 in revenue units and listings sold. The Capital Region includes 52 Weichert offices located throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. Margaret Hollar led the office in revenue units, listings sold and total sales. She is a member of the top-ranking Chairman of the Board Premiere Club and finished in the top 10 of five sales categories in the Capital Region in 2004. Topping the branch in listings was Claudette Schwartz, a member of the Chairman of the Board Elite Club. Schwartz earned membership in the Chairman's Gold Club in 2004, signifying a high level of sales financed through Weichert Financial. She was No. 5 in the Capital Region last year in Weichert Family of Companies units and dollar volume.