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May 19, 2013

Real Estate Briefs

EAST HAMPSTEAD — Coco, Early & Associates is pleased to announce that Christine Baranofsky has joined Dianne Carlson’s team of REALTORS in the Hampstead office. Baranofsky, who lives in East Hampstead, is licensed to help her clients buy and sell homes in southern New Hampshire. She is currently working to receive her license in Massachusetts as well.

Baranofsky has more than 10 years of experience in the real estate industry. Prior to joining Coco, Early & Associates, she worked for Century 21 in Londonderry, and later in Jacksonville, Fla. While there, she was an active member of the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors and served as the vice chair for the Northeast Florida Global Business Council as well as a member of the Women’s Council of Realtors Jacksonville Chapter where she served as treasurer. She is also a graduate of the 2012 Leadership Academy for the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors.

Baranofsky holds the following certifications: Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI), Performance Management Network (PMN), Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE), Transnational Referral Certificate (TRC), At Home with Diversity (AHWD) and e-Pro Certificate.

She can be reached directly at cbaranofsky@cocoearly.com or at the Hampstead office, located at 268 East Main St., East Hampstead. Her office phone is 603-382-2121.

DOVER — After eight years servicing the Dover area, RE/MAX Legacy is pleased to announce that they have joined forces with RE/MAX Insight, with offices in Salem and Seabrook. This merger will expand the companies’ footprint across the New Hampshire marketplace. This new venture will continue operating as RE/MAX Legacy and RE/MAX Insight through 2013 and then switch to RE/MAX Insight in 2014. The merger brings 36 seasoned, local agents together to assist new and existing clients in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts. Broker/owner of RE/MAX Legacy, Patti Kemen, started her franchise in 2005 and has more than 30 years of real estate experience. Co-broker/owners of RE/MAX Insight, Jason Amiss and Mark Bishop, will operate the three offices.

On average, RE/MAX Legacy and RE/MAX Insight both boast higher agent productivity than the national averages. In all three offices, their agents sell at least six more units than the average agent in competing offices. RE/MAX Legacy and RE/MAX Insight are both full-service real estate companies offering residential and commercial real estate sales in the southern and seacoast regions of New Hampshire, northern Massachusetts, and southern Maine.

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