The Maryland and Delaware Group of Long and Foster
The Maryland and Delaware Group of Long & Foster has been a standout real estate agency since it started, helping 1,400 people buy or sell their properties in the four years it's been operating. Under Brandon Brittingham's leadership, 2017 was a record-setting year for the team of over 30 agents. They acheived more than $106 million in 460 real estate transactions, a 23 percent increase over its previous year's sales. Growth like that doesn't happen randomly—it's by design. The Maryland and Delaware Group of Long & Foster was built to offer real estate customers everything they need in one place, from a wide variety of properties and personalized financing services, to moving and repair services.
"The design was to supply a concierge level of service. And we've reached these heights because we're continually reinvesting in our infrastructure, our people and our customer's experience," Brandon Brittingham related. "We're never too busy to work with a customer, no matter what size listing they have."
The Maryland and Delaware Group focuses on innovation and efficiency, employing unique marketing techniques and cutting edge technology to deliver a superior level of value to the customer. They understand the power of technology within real estate and have devised dozens of strategies to exploit it and use it to both their own and their client’s advantage. The willingness of this group to embrace the future of marketing has earned them honors from The Wall Street Journal and more!
If you are looking to buy or sell a home and want to work with an experienced team who truly cares about the people they work with, contact The Maryland and Delaware Group of Long and Foster today!
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