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The Adam Hergenrother Team is Hiring!

The Adam Hergenrother Team is seeking a talented Listing Coordinator for our busy, top producing real estate team. In addition to some administrative duties, this person will be responsible for marketing our listings, communication with clients and agents, setting appointments with sellers, and assisting the Listing Manager. If you’ve excelled as an assistant in a previous position but are looking, we want to hear from you. You must be able to juggle multiple projects, work effectively in a fast-paced environment, with the ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, and work independently.

You might be the ideal candidate if:
1. You have strong organizational, administrative and time management skills and are capable of providing support to a busy real estate team.
2. You are able to see where systems can be improved and streamlined, and can easily adapt to, and implement change.
3. You have a strong desire to work in a dynamic environment, and consider yourself to be an upbeat & learning based individual.
4. You have an interest in and/or passion for real estate. A real estate license is a plus.
5. You are looking for a position with room to grow.

We’re looking for someone who is intelligent, a clear communicator, and ambitious; someone with a strong interest in real estate in an administrative capacity since you would be dealing in those areas all day. You must know your way around the Microsoft Office Suite (especially Outlook) and be technology and social media savvy. The ideal candidate will be very comfortable on the phone and interacting with clients, detail-oriented, and have some marketing experience. Some local travel may be required.

Please email Hallie at Hallie@AdamHergenrother.com with your cover letter, resume, and references with subject line VT Listing Coordinator.

Hergenrother Team Day at Great Escape

On Tuesday, June 19, The Adam Hergenrother Team, loaded up a van and headed to The Great Escape in Lake George, NY for an awesome team day and celebration of making their goals!  What better way to bring a team together than by overcoming fears and having fun?

Northwestern Vermont Real Estate Market Update | June 12, 2012

Northwestern Vermont Real Estate Market Update


Chittenden:

872 Active
304 Pending
567 Closed (year to date)                                   Closed (year-to-date 2011):      502

Median Sale Price (Residential year-to-date) =$238,000                      2011: $234,950
Average Sale Price (Residential year-to-date) =$270,952                     2011: $271,215
Average Days on Market (Residential year-to-date) =116                       2011: 111

Multi-Family Active – 56                               Land Active – 184
Multi-Family Pending –12                             Land Pending – 12

 

Franklin:

523 Active
76   Pending
143  Closed (year to date)                                           Closed (year-to-date 2011):   121

Median Sale Price (Residential year-to-date) =$178,000                                     2011: $187,000
Average Sale Price (Residential year-to-date) = $182,375                                   2011: $184,877
Average Days on Market (Residential for year-to-date) =178                             2011: 162

Multi-Family Active – 28                               Land Active – 162
Multi-Family Pending –2                               Land Pending -8

 

Grand Isle:

225 Active
11   Pending
33  Closed (year to date)                           Closed (year-to-date 2011):     34

Median Sale Price (Residential year-to-date) =$205,000                      2011: $237,200
Average Sale Price (Residential year-to-date) =$235,318                     2011: $297,646
Average Days on Market (Residential year-to-date) = 181                     2011: 195

Multi-Family Active – 1                                  Land Active -110
Multi-Family Pending –0                               Land Pending -2

 

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