<hdr15>Real Estate Notes
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Ellen Katz, branch manager of Weichert, Realtors' Potomac Office, announced that several sales associates have been honored for their achievements in September.
Executive's Club members Michele Weinstein and Jaynie Grant led the office in dollar volume and listings sold, respectively. Grant has held a real estate license since 1999 and possesses a GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute) designation. Weinstein was licensed in 1998 and is a member of several local chapters of the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
Helen King, a member of the Chairman of the Board Premiere Club, led the way in revenue units, listings and sales. King has been a licensed real estate agent for 35 years and has earned a GRI (Graduate, REALTOR Institute) designation. She was also named to the Montgomery County Board of Realtors' "Hall of Fame" Lifetime Sales Club.
Gordon Harris, office manager of Weichert, Realtors' Potomac Village Office, is pleased to announce that several sales associates have been honored for their achievements in September.
Shrin Tossi led the office in dollar volume, revenue units and sales, earning the honor of top producer. Executive's Club member Craig Sarsony led the way in listings, while Chairman of the Board Premiere Club member Mahin Ghadiri topped the branch in listings sold. Ghadiri is also a member of the Chairman's Gold Club, signifying a high level of sales financed through Weichert Financial.