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September 16, 2012

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LONDONDERRY — Linda McLaughlin, a sales associate in the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Londonderry, has successfully completed SkillBuilder, a critical component of the comprehensive SuccessBuilder training program which is designed and conducted by the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Career and Educational Development department.

SkillBuilder involves 11 days of classroom-based sales training and skill development. As part of the course work, McLaughlin received specialized training in several areas including real estate market trends, techniques for marketing properties and managing the real estate transaction using innovative technology tools, negotiating strategies, buyer consultation, positioning and marketing strategy for seller clients and other topics and techniques important in the successful practice of real estate in today’s digital world.

SkillBuilder is the classroom component of SuccessBuilder, an intensive training program which also involves online learning sessions and industry specific field assignments. Sales associates who complete all three components of SuccessBuilder earn the Accredited Real Estate Professional designation. Designees must also meet specific production requirements, including the closing of three real estate transactions.

ANDOVER — RE/MAX Partners participated in Andover Days, coordinated by the Downtown Association, on Sept. 15. The RE/MAX office held a raffle for someone to win an iPad, with all monies raised from the sale of raffle tickets being donated to the Andover Youth Foundation. The winner of the iPad raffle was Donna Traverso of Methuen.

At an office meeting, RE/MAX Partners was able to present a check for $1,251 to the Andover Youth Foundation. They also had their RE/MAX hot air balloon, Big MAX, on the Doherty Middle School grounds. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate for the RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon and they were not able to give tethered rides. However, many of the people who came to see Big MAX were impressed and excited to see a hot air balloon up close.

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