Congratulations to Scappoose Principal Broker Molly Hruska for being chosen “Best Realtor” by the readers of The South County Spotlight newspaper. Molly, a 20+ year real estate pro, past Columbia County Realtor of the Year, and author of the popular Beyond the Burbs blog believes in building long-lasting relationships with her clients. Clearly, they love her … and so do all of us at Prudential Northwest Properties! Kudos to you, Molly, and thanks for taking such good care of your clients. You rock!
Kudos to West Portland’s Managing Principal Broker David Sly on graduating from the Oregon/Washington Association of REALTORS® Leadership Institute Northwest program. In addition to this new distinction, David holds the e-Pro, GRI, SFR and AHWD designations. Launched in 2004, the Institute is a training and development program for emerging REALTOR® leaders. David, we appreciate the leadership skills and positive influence you bring to Prudential Northwest Properties, the Association and the real estate profession as a whole. You make us proud!
Prudential Northwest Properties Chairman of the Board and founder of Transitional Youth, Bert Waugh Jr., was on the airwaves and the phone bank at today’s Transitional Youth Radiothon. TY hopes to raise awareness and money to help feed local homeless youth. It only takes $42.25 to feed 25 youth a hot meal.
Call 503-239-4357 or donate online at www.TransitionalYouth.Givezooks.com.
To learn more, visit www.TransitionalYouth.org.
Join your Prudential peers for a special event focused on helping you blast into a successful 2012!
Jim Mallozzi, Chairman & CEO of Prudential Real Estate and Relocation Services, Inc. will be one of our special guests. You’ll also have an opportunity to engage with an interactive panel of your peers and network with your fellow brokers. Additional guests and details will be announced soon…
Download the registration form here. We look forward to seeing you there!
Wednesday, Nov 16 from 8:30am – 2:00pm at the Red Lion Hotel on the River (click here for directions).
Kudos to Jason for your participation in the NAR Power Broker Roundtable discussion about the future of the real estate industry. It’s good to know Prudential Northwest Properties is well-positioned for a strong future.
Lorre, the Designated Broker and Branch Manager of the Prudential Northwest Properties Longview office, was elected to one of two Director positions on the Cowlitz County Association of REALTORS Board of Directors for 2012.
Congratulations on your new leadership position, Lorre! We appreciate your efforts to give back to our industry and we’re proud you represent Prudential Northwest Properties.
Kudos to our Lake Oswego office for supporting the Down Syndrome Network of Oregon’s annual Buddy Walk on Saturday. For the third year in a row, members of the Lake Oswego team have provided complimentary hot chocolate and coffee in support of this wonderful event. Big thanks to Janet Dalton, Jason Waugh, Gayleen Weiler, Ann Martin, Jon Sanford and Phil Barr, who sits on the board and is an active supporter. And very sincere thanks to Dave and Janet Dalton of Dalton’s Northwest Catering, for providing the beverages and for your longstanding support of our community.
We are very pleased to announce that Hillsboro’s Anita Cassarino is being recognized as the QSC Agent of the Month for her extraordinary service and customer satisfaction. Anita has distinguished herself as an example of professional excellence from among the 22,000+ Quality Service Certified real estate professionals nationwide. During the past seven years, she has earned a near perfect Customer Satisfaction Rating of 4.96 (on an excellence scale of 1-5). She is being featured on the home page of www.QualityCertified.org. Please join us in congratulating Anita on this well deserved recognition!
Anita, you make us proud!
Look what Anita’s clients have to say about her great service:
The Prudential Northwest Properties Relocation division is once again spearheading a drive to collect new or lightly used backpacks for local homeless youth.
Your donations would be most appreciated!
2011 “Sock it to ’em!” sock and underwear challenge was a terrific success! An intra-company challenge between the McMinnville, Sherwood/Newberg, Gresham and Longview branches brought out the competitive best in our agents and was a boon for local homeless youth! The McMinnville crew took top honors by delivering 1251 combined pairs of underwear & socks (that’s an average of 66 per agent!). Great job everyone! And thanks for all your efforts to brighten the lives of local homeless youth. To learn more about Transitional Youth, please visit www.TransitionalYouth.org.