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Thank You.

I’ve been hearing that Coldwell Banker Townside, Mike Eggleston and myself were all named in The Roanoke Times’  “Best Of” New River Valley real estate category, but I haven’t seen a copy yet.  It’s an honor to be named again, it truly is.  I haven’t been in the New River Valley long (10 years), and have only been in real estate for seven – to have this many people suggest I’m “one of the best” is humbling and, truthfully, a little unnerving.  You people have low standards! 🙂

Seriously, thank you for the recognition.  It’s an honor to have the opportunity to serve in this community, as well as with the folks at Coldwell Banker Townside – they’re really one of the best.  And it reminds me of the videos we did last year as I campaigned – and ultimately failed – to unseat Mike Eggleston as the #1 real estate agent in the New River Valley.  I’m coming for you, Mike.  Be very afraid.

Here’s a screenshot from Coldwell Banker Townside’s blog, Keepin’ It Real Estate.  If anyone has a link to the whole “Best Of” issue, please send it along?  I haven’t found a copy yet.

“Best in the New River Valley” series – Part 4

Welcome to a new week, and another in the “Best in the New River Valley” series!  In part 1, we introduced Coldwell Banker Townside, the real estate company you voted #1 in the New River Valley.  In part 2, we introduced yours truly and my snake charming skills.  Part 3 included an interview with Mike Eggleston, the agent voted #1 in the New River Valley, and in today’s video, we asked others what they thought about Mike and myself – you might be surprised at their answers.

So why exactly are we doing this?  Because last year, you voted Coldwell Banker Townside the #1 real estate agency in the New River Valley, and you voted Mike and myself the #1 and #2 real estate agents, respectively (although I’m still disputing the results), in the New River Valley.  We’re proud of that fact, and excited to share with you all the reasons we think Coldwell Banker Townside is special!

Don’t forget to vote!  Voting is now open at The Roanoke Times‘ website, or by clicking through on this link, and the deadline to cast your vote is February 14th.

Disclaimer #1 – your participation entitles you to nothing but our undying admiration. And – we hope – perhaps a chuckle or three.

Disclaimer #2 – thank you for thinking so much of us.  Seriously.  We’ve had a lot of fun with these videos, and we hope that you enjoy them, but in all honesty none of this would be happening if you didn’t think well of us and vote.

Disclaimer #3 – see Disclaimers 1 and 2.  Rinse and repeat.

“Best in the New River Valley” series – Part 3

The Best in the New River Valley series continues today!  We had fun with Part 1 and Part 2, and this time we introduce Mike Eggleston, the New River Valley’s #1 real estate agent in 2009 as voted by Roanoke Times readers.

Don’t forget to vote!  Voting is now open at The Roanoke Times‘ website, or by clicking through on this link, and the deadline to cast your vote is February 14th.

Disclaimer #1 – your participation entitles you to nothing but our undying admiration. And – we hope – perhaps a chuckle or three.

Disclaimer #2 – thank you for thinking so much of us.  Seriously.  We’ve had a lot of fun with these videos, and we hope that you enjoy them, but in all honesty none of this would be happening if you didn’t think well of us and vote.

Disclaimer #3 – see Disclaimers 1 and 2.  Rinse and repeat.

“Best in the New River Valley” series – Part 2

In Part 1 of the “Best in the New River Valley” series, we were introduced to Bill Gearhart and Anne Lee Stevens, managing brokers for Coldwell Banker Townside. They went on … and on … and on about all the things they thought went into making Coldwell Banker Townside the #1 real estate agency in the New River Valley, but truth be told they had a lot of good reasons.

But that’s not why you read this blog, right?  You want to hear from me!  <crickets chirping> Okay, my megalomaniac moment is over.  Following is Part 2 of the series, an interview with yours truly … warning, there are tears … and foam fingers.

Don’t forget to vote!  Voting is now open at The Roanoke Times‘ website, or byclicking through on this link, and the deadline to cast your vote is February 14th.

Disclaimer #1 – your participation entitles you to nothing but my undying admiration. And – we hope – perhaps a chuckle or three.

Disclaimer #2 – thank you for thinking so much of us.  Seriously.  We’ve had a lot of fun with these videos, and we hope that you enjoy them, but in all honesty none of this would be happening if you didn’t think well of us and vote.

Disclaimer #3 – see Disclaimers 1 and 2.  Rinse and repeat.

“Best of the New River Valley” series – Part 1

The Roanoke Times’ “Best of the New River Valley” contest is back, and voting has begun!

You might remember – probably not, but let me remind you – that last year, you voted me the #2 real estate agent in the New River Valley.  You also voted another Coldwell Banker Townside agent, Mike Eggleston, the #1 real estate agent, AND voted our office the #1 real estate office – a clean sweep.

In anticipation of even better things to come, Kelsey and the folks in our marketing department decided to step it up a notch this year, debuting a series of videos highlighting the office, Mike, and yours truly.  We’ll roll them out over the next several days, but here’s the first one.

Don’t forget to vote!  Voting is now open at The Roanoke Times‘ website, or by clicking through on this link, and the deadline to cast your vote is February 14th.

Disclaimer #1 – your participation entitles you to nothing but my undying admiration. And – we hope – perhaps a chuckle or three.

Disclaimer #2 – thank you for thinking so much of us.  Seriously.  We’ve had a lot of fun with these videos, and we hope that you enjoy them, but in all honesty none of this would be happening if you didn’t think well of us and vote.

Disclaimer #3 – see Disclaimers 1 and 2.  Rinse and repeat.

Vote In the “Best of the NRV” Contest! (Maybe you’ll know a real estate agent to nominate?)

surveyThe Roanoke Times’Best of the New River Valley” contest is back for 2009.  Now’s your chance to vote for all your “bests” in the area – Best Place For A Drink, Best Hike, Best Real Estate Agent, Best Scenic Drive …

What’s that?  I snuck in Best Real Estate Agent?  I did not, thank you very much – it’s right there in Section 8, under Professional Services!  But I’d certainly like to have your vote!  You can take the survey by clicking here

Don’t forget, under Best Real Estate Agent write “Jeremy Hart“.  (shameless politicking completed)