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Northrup Associates Announces Top Producers,
Bolino Takes Top HonorsLYNNFIELD-Northrup Associates recently honored the firms Top 5 Producers for 2012 during their annual meeting and awards breakfast. At the meeting, Northrups Broker/Owners, Bernie Starr and Richard Tisei reviewed the companys growth over the past year and outlined plans for a productive 2013. Northrup is pleased to recognize these Realtors with this honor. Their competitive intelligence, professionalism and dedication have made them valued and trusted real estate resources for the North Shore community with each being major contributors to the overall success of Northrup Associates as a whole. said Broker/Owner Richard Tisei. Each of our Realtors maintains high standards of professionalism along with a quality of superior customer service. Northrups standard of excellence is not a goal; it is our Standard Operating Procedure. This is what makes us stand out among other real estate offices and it is what Northrup has been become known for and that each our clients expect, said Broker/Owner, Bernie Starr Helen Bolino has been the number one agent in Lynnfield sales and listings for twelve consecutive years with a total unit volume of more than $125 million dollars. Most recently she was names Top Producer with a sales volume of $14,487,350 for 2012. This award represented her investment of many hours of personal service and attention to her customers and clients. Helens trademark has been her knowledge of the real estate market, her tireless work ethic and superior customer service, said Tisei. Alex DeRosa and Elena Drislane of The Alex & Elena Team earned the distinction as a being Top Producers for 2012 with a total unit volume of $7,973,500. Both are consummate professionals who have built their business on the referrals of so many satisfied clients. Their competitive intelligence and dedication to their respective communities of Peabody and Lynnfield make them valued and trusted real estate resource. said Broker/Owner Richard Tisei Maria Miara has built and maintained relationships with clients that have continued to have her among the Top Producers at Northrup. Her top priority is to provide all of her clients with unparalleled service and personal assistance for their real estate needs, said Tisei. Maria provides her clients with the markets most accurate and updated information, is incredibly detailed, and executes even the most complex transactions while exceeding her clients expectations. Debra Cuozzo Roberts prides herself on a high level of honesty, accessibility, and personal service. She has a love of decorating and design and is available to lend advice and help with home staging and redesign prior to placing you home on the market. Debras proactive thinking and a high level of initiative and direct communications make her a vital representative for her clients, said Tisei. Overall, Northrup Associates market share and total volume grew both locally and regionally in 2012 ending the year with MLS statistics depicting a total dollar volume of sales of $75,149,521 with 149 properties sold throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In 2012 Northrup Associates proudly closed more sale transactions that they have in the firms 60th year history. It is no wonder Northrup Associates has and continues to be Your Home Town Realtor. As a locally owned and independently run office, Northrup Associates is able to provide a level of service that others simply can not match. That has been the secret to our success in the past and will remain our guiding principle in the future. I would like to thank our entire sales force for their dedication, hard work and for providing distinct satisfaction to those customers and clients in Lynnfield, Peabody and the surrounding North Shore communities, concluded Tisei.
Northrup Associates has participated in the sale of 82% ( 14 of 17) homes currently UNDER AGREEMENT in Lynnfield.
*According to MLS as of 5/14/10
Northrup Associates specializes in the sale of luxury property in Lynnfield. We have a superb and extensive portfolio of luxury property in the area, available in prime locations throughout the town including new property, resale property, and land.
2009 was a terrific year for luxury real estate in Lynnfield. Our agents really made the difference; they are knowledgeable, understand the market, and have the know-how to make things happen.
Even with an increasing local market, we have found that this is still an apprehensive time for those buying and selling property. Now more than ever, accurate pricing, effective marketing, and experienced representation make all the difference.
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At Northrup Associates we led the region on almost every major category of performance and most noteworthy is the fact that the average sales price for a single family, luxury home in Lynnfield increased by 300% over the past twelve months.
(Article Courtesy of Peabody&Lynnfield Weekly News-April 16, 2009)
In Peabody, the average sales price for a home fell by 9% in 2008. During that time the total number of homes sold in Peabody declined by 5%. Looking forward we are hopeful that 2009 will be a better year. Interest rates are down to historic lows. We are working with a number of strong buyers anxiously awaiting the right home in order to take advantage of these favorable rates. At the same time we are experiencing a shortage of inventory in a number of key price ranges. In these current market conditions, we have found that a home priced reasonably still sells fairly quickly. Since 1952, in good times and bad, Northrup Associates has been the name that people trust. Now more than ever, if you are thinking of buying or selling a home give us a call so we can put our experience and expertise to work for you. (Article Courtesy of Peabody&Lynnfield Weekly News-March 5, 2009)