Candy Dennis, a real estate professional for nearly 32 years, was named branch manager of Long & Foster’s Kempsville, Virginia, office. Dennis was previously serving as the branch manager for the company’s Norfolk and Suffolk/Smithfield offices. Dennis has been a licensed real estate agent in Virginia since 1985 and spent 17 years as an agent before joining Long & Foster’s management team. In working with agents, she found her passion.
Nancy King was named as the sales manager for Long & Foster’s Kempsville, Virginia, office. King, who has been a real estate professional for over 11 years, also provides support to the managers and agents at Long & Foster’s Norfolk and Suffolk/Smithfield offices. She previously served as the sales training manager for the company’s Norfolk and Suffolk/Smithfield offices. A Virginia Beach native, King began her full-time real estate career in Virginia in 2006 and quickly became a top-producing agent at Long & Foster’s Ocean Front and Norfolk offices.
Liz Kilby, a real estate professional for 34 years, was named branch manager of Long & Foster’s Suffolk/Smithfield office in Suffolk, Virginia. Kilby has been a sales associate Long & Foster since 1991. After receiving her real estate license in 1983, Kilby was named as the new homes sales manager for Larasan Realty Better Homes & Gardens in 1985 and was named as branch manager for the office in 1986. After joining Long & Foster, Kilby served as a branch manager for the company’s Newport News office.
Scott Anton, a real estate professional for over 33 years, was named branch manager of Long & Foster’s Norfolk, Virginia, office. Anton has extensive management experience in the real estate industry. He has been licensed and worked in real estate in numerous states, including Virginia, Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Ohio. Anton has worked as a licensed real estate instructor, teaching real estate law and real estate practices.
Long & Foster’s Tri-Cities Southpark office, located in Colonial Heights, Virginia, took part in the annual Anthem LemonAid stand in the summer. On July 14 agents set up an Anthem LemonAid stand in front of the Tri-Cities Southpark office. The money collected from selling cups of lemonade was donated to help find a cure for childhood cancer at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University and Children’s Hospital of the Kings Daughters.
Long & Foster is approaching its 50th anniversary in May 2018, and the marketing department is in the midst of planning for a year-long celebration. We’re documenting agents and employees stories and experiences with the company and are looking for additional participants. You can share your Long & Foster story by taking part in our survey. We may contact you for further information in order to feature your story in our 50th anniversary campaign. Click here to take the survey.
Ron Glass has been named branch manager for Long & Foster’s Commercial Division office in Vienna, Virginia. Glass has been a top-producing commercial real estate agent with Long & Foster for many years and brings a wealth of experience to his new position. He takes the place of Ken Ulsaker, who retired in June. Glass has been a licensed real estate broker in Virginia since 1978, and also holds real estate licenses in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and North Carolina. He has extensive experience in retail and office leasing and sales, cash flow, bottom-line analysis and investor opportunities.
Silver Spring Downtown Office Learns About CHEER
The agents at the Long & Foster Silver Spring Downtown office were able to learn about CHEER recently. The organization’s acronym stands for Community Health and Empowerment through Education and Research. Through the presentation, agents were able to learn about how they can do more to get involved in the Silver Spring/Takoma Park community. The office held a sales competition to raise money for CHEER and donated $400. The new partnership between the office and the organization started with a friendly competition between two sales teams. Once more of the office’s agents got involved, they invited CHEER to do a presentation about their work.