EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

January 26, 2014

Real Estate Briefs

The Eagle-Tribune

---- — EPPING — Dianne Carlson, broker/partner of Coco, Early & Associates, with offices in Epping, Hampstead and Plaistow, announces that Carol Souter has joined her team. Souter is a licensed broker in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She will be working closely with Carlson and the Coco, Early & Associates’ management team on a variety of activities. She has more than 30 years’ experience and most recently was part of the management team at Prudential Verani Realty. Souter has served as a past GSSBR president and was honored as Realtor of the Year. She holds a CRB and a Certified New Home Specialist designation.

BURLINGTON — Bernie Moreno, former Massachusetts resident and founder of The Collection Auto Group, closes the purchase of 80-82 Cambridge St., in Burlington with the help of Real Estate Agent, Lillian Montalto, CCIM, of Lillian Montalto Signature Properties. As the buyer’s broker, Montalto has brought excitement to Burlington as they anticipate the arrival of the 55,000 square foot luxury Mercedes-Benz dealership. This project, scheduled to begin after their final approvals are received from the town of Burlington, will transform the 5.5 acre property into a unique, state-of-the-art, dealership that is said to bring significant tax revenue to the town. Moreno, who has been behind the success of 28 dealerships in the Midwest, looks forward to his first Massachusetts dealership and what it will bring to the community. According to The Collection Auto Group, Mercedes-Benz of Burlington will bring in more than $410,000 in gross annual property taxes and over a 10-year period the dealership will generate between $2,800,000 and $3,500,000 in new tax revenue for the town of Burlington. For more information, visit mbob.com or andoverhomes.com.

BRADFORD — Prudential Ben Consoli Realtors, located at 297 South Main St., in Bradford, introduces their newest associate, Carrie Anderson-Paquette. Anderson-Paquette, a lifelong resident of the Merrimack Valley, graduated from Springfield College with a master’s degree in organizational leadership and from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth with a bachelor’s degree in visual communications.

ANDOVER — Keller Williams Realty Andover welcomes Steven Fisichelli and Joseph Fisichelli of Methuen to its team. For nearly 30 years, the Fisichelli brothers have served homebuyers and sellers in the Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire. Most recently, they worked as “The Fisichelli Team” for RE/MAX Prestige in Methuen.

A REALTOR since 1984, Steven Fisichelli holds GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) and CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert) designations. He is a member of the Northeast and Massachusetts Associations of REALTORS, the National Association of REALTORS, the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce, and the St. Alfio Society. He has earned annual sales awards from RE/MAX of New England, as well as numerous industry awards, including twice being recognized as Realtor of the Year by the Northeast Association of REALTORS.

Joseph Fisichelli is also a GRI and a Certified Residential Specialist, and has been a REALTOR since 1986. He is a trained Construction Supervisor and has a CS Builder’s License. He holds memberships with the Northeast and Massachusetts Associations of REALTORS and the National Association of REALTORS. He has been recognized with numerous top sales and industry awards, including Distinguished Service and Realtor of the Year awards from the Northeast Association of REALTORS.

The Fisichellis are the former owners and operators of RE/MAX Preferred in Andover and Methuen (1985-2009), where they managed more than 60 agents and closed over 1,000 transactions annually, achieving a number one real estate company ranking in the region. They sold their office in 2009 to focus solely on listing and selling residential real estate. In 2013, they closed 76 deals.

The Fisichellis are based at the Andover Keller Williams Realty office, 138 River Road, Suite 107.