Local Realtor brings sales experience to Coldwell Banker River Valley, Realtors, clients
Chancie Sterling has joined Coldwell Banker River Valley, Realtors, bringing impressive sales experience to her work as a buyer specialist with Realtor Jillian Hugo.
She began her sales career in retail and quickly excelled, leading her team in sales and quickly climbing the management ladder. She credits her success in retail to a passion for helping others, building lasting relationships and embracing the la... read more
River Valley Title Group expands
ONALASKA, Wis.— River Valley Title Group has hired two new staff members to meet growing demand for the regional company’s real estate title services.
Lynn Gorzlancyk will serve as title examiner and closing specialist, and Lori Duerkop will serve as a closing specialist.
Gorzlancyk has been in the real estate industry for 14 years. She is a licensed title examiner and licensed property and casualty insurance agent, and she has... read more
For Immediate Release: June 15, 2015
Contact: Ryan Olson (608) 784-9930
Coldwell Banker agents named among America’s top real estate agents
Three agents from Coldwell Banker River Valley, Realtors, were recognized among REAL Trends top 1 percent of agents in the nation. Jillian Hugo and Dawn Levandoski of the company’s L... read more
Posted by Coldwell Banker River Valley on June 10, 2015 in
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater La Crosse honored Coldwell Banker River Valley, Realtors, with its Corporate Award at its annual Hall of Fame Banquet this year.
For the past eight years, Coldwell Banker River Valley has offered a matching donation program which has resulted in thousands of dollars contributed to the Boys & Girls Clubs. Each time a home is bought or sold with the help of a Coldwell Banker River Valley agent, the company makes a donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs. The agents who ma... read more
Posted by Dawn Levandoski Team on April 29, 2015 in
Current Home-Buying Trends: Then and Now
Posted: March 16, 2015 at 11:37 AM by Annette Mikat
People looking to buy and sell homes right now are looking at a different marketplace than they were a year or two ago. More dust has settled from the boom and bust of the 2008-2009 housing bubble, and the result is making home ownership more reasonable and more accessible for millions of people.Here are some of the top trends affecting today’s home market, according to Amanda Kelly of LearnVest.1. Lenders are... read more