RE/MAX FIRST Opens New Doors in Clark County | Home & Garden
From Kristin Brouse, RE/MAX of Indiana
JEFFERSONVILLE, IN – RE/MAX FIRST of Jeffersonville will open new doors this June to 9,100 square feet of luxury office space for 31 of the top real estate professionals in Clark County. Located at 2123 Veterans Parkway in Jeffersonville, the new location will provide cutting edge technology to further expand services for clients and agents. Specializing in residential and commercial sales, new construction and distressed properties, RE/MAX FIRST will serve the areas of Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Scott counties.
Bill Burns, broker/owner of RE/MAX FIRST has been an associate with the RE/MAX network for seven years. Prior to his work for RE/MAX, Burns worked for Harrison Realty and spent four years working at an independent real estate office.
“We are pleased and excited to announce the opening of this new facility,” said Burns. “Our increased size and state-of-the-art technology will allow us to create new opportunities for realtors, home buyers, and homeowners.”
“This move certainly contributes to the success of REMAX, but more importantly, it provides yet another resource for clients and agents,” said David Linger, RE/MAX of Indiana Regional Director. “We are proud to welcome the new location of RE/MAX FIRST, an agency that will continue to deliver superior customer satisfaction as it grows in this new capacity.”
According to Burns, the expansion will leave plenty of space available for recruitments in 2013. Burns plans to add as many as 20 more agents and 3 staff members by the end of the year. RE/MAX FIRST will occupy the same building as RE/MAX FIRST-Commercial Group, Bryan Jackson State Farm and Culler Lawn Office.
RE/MAX FIRST in Jeffersonville is one of two locations providing top of the line service to clients in the area. A second office is located at 6006 Brownsboro Park Boulevard in Louisville, serving the entire Southern Indiana region and Louisville, Kentucky.
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