'A FRESH NEW LOOK:' ResortQuest leaves 'no stone left unturned' in Seagrove office renovations

Published: Thursday, March 28, 2013 at 17:21 PM.

"Since we have been in this area for some time, we felt it was time to transition our environment to a more '30A' look," said Barbara McCall, sales manager/broker associate. "We would be happy to have area residents and guests come by and see the new office and enjoy the new surroundings."

Broker Carmella Bell told The Sun that the Seagrove Beach office was originally selected because of its "highly visible and convenient" location midway along 30A.

While the team celebrates a "new beginning" at the Seagrove Beach office, they are also celebrating their accomplishments as a company.

During 2012, Bell said the Seagrove Beach office had the highest percentage increase of all ResortQuest branch sales offices "with three-and-a-half times their previous years production."

Bell said the team also welcomed back the Mary Stephens Team in 2012, which ranked No. 1 in ResortQuest for nine consecutive years. The team is composed of Stephens, Cali Wilson, Michelle Bailey and Greg Bahr.

The Seagrove Beach office serves both real estate buyers and sellers, provides property management for local properties and serves as a check-in location for vacation rental guests. Bell said guests can expect "creative real estate marketing and flawless service" when they visit the revamped office.

The sales team in Seagrove consists of Ann Hammonds, Ken Catrino, Kelly Webb, Mary Rosenheim, Jeannette and Eddy Smith, Chip Wasson and team leader Barbara McCall.



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