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November 28, 2012

Real Estate Briefs

WINDHAM — Shannon DiPietro, managing partner of Coco, Early & Associates’ new Windham office, announces that Erin Ashworth-Furman has joined her agent team. A Massachusetts native and decade-long resident of Windham, Ashworth-Furman will share years of real estate and personal experiences with her clients. In addition to New Hampshire, Ashworth-Furman also holds her real estate license in Florida and has more than 10 years of experience buying and selling homes.

DiPietro also, welcomes new agent Lea Batson to her team. Batson, who brings years of corporate experience, previously held positions within South Carolina-based Milliken & Company in both human resources and its Corporate University.

Coco, Early & Associates held their grand opening on Nov. 15, at its newest location on Route 111 in Windham. The independent real estate agency has offices in Dracut, Bradford, Georgetown and Methuen, as well as in Epping, Hampstead, Plaistow and Salem, N.H. For more information, visit movingwindhamnh.com or cocoearly.com.

WINDHAM — Shannon DiPietro, previously of Prudential Verani Realty, announces that she has partnered with Coco, Early Associates, an independent real estate firm consisting of 200 agents, 11 offices and a marketing sphere in 32 countries worldwide.

Dipietro will be the managing partner for the Windham Division of Coco, Early & Associates.

Dipietro, one of the 10 top real estate agent producers in New Hampshire, has developed a strong reputation of offering her clients an exemplary level of service throughout Windham and the surrounding towns.

ANDOVER — Ryan Fay has recently joined Prudential Howe & Doherty as a REALTOR. The announcement was made by Douglas Howe, broker/owner of Prudential Howe & Doherty. Fay will be focused on residential real estate sales in the Andovers and the Merrimack Valley.

NORTH ANDOVER — Real Living Schruender Real Estate has opened a new real estate school within their office at 73 Chickering Road in North Andover. Recent market statistics have shown that the real estate market is showing signs of recovery. In the Merrimack Valley, real estate sales have grown 26 percent year-to-date when compared to sales during the same period in 2011. Real Living Schruender Real Estate is looking to capitalize on the recent trend and have opened the school anticipating that there will be a greater need for such a resource in the Merrimack Valley. Currently, anyone interested in taking the real estate exam course has limited options in the area.

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