Real estate briefs
Cummins joins Bray & Co.Bray & Co. Realtors is pleased to announce that Marolyn Cummins has joined their firm. Marolyn has lived and worked in Glenwood Springs for 28 years. She has been an ambassador for the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association for seven years and an active memebr of the chamber for over 25 years. Please call Marolyn at 384-8909 or 618-2549 for any of your real estate needs.Vicki Lee Green top producersVicki Lee Green Realtors is proud to announce Michelle James as sales person of the month of May, with top dollar volumeLaPriel Armijo had the most listings for May. RE/MAX Mountain West top producersMichele Orton, RE/MAX Mountain West in Glenwood Springs, was the top producer for May with the most number of closings for the month and the largest dollar volume. Cecilia LaFrenz was the top listing agent. Information: 945-4200. Anderson is tops at Bray againMytt Anderson once again tops the list of sales staff at Bray & Co. Real Estate for achieving the most listings and the most closed sales for the month of May. Mytt is a frequent recipient of top honors at Bray & Co. She can be contacted at the Bray office at 1429 Grand Ave. at 945-8626.Sims top producer at BuzickBuzick & Associates Ltd. would like to congratulate Selina Sims for her outstanding performance as top producer in real estate sales for the month of May.Buzick & Associates Ltd. would like to congratulate Selina Sims for her outstanding performance as top producer in real estate sales for the month of May.
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