Landon Joins Long and Foster in Avalon

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Louise Dierks  Jonathan Landon, Louise Dierks  AVALON – Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc., has announced that Jonathan Landon is now a sales associate in its Avalon office at 2997 Dune Drive.

The business also announced that Louise Dierks has joined its Avalon office. Dierks will specialize in working with homebuyers and sellers.

“We are excited to announce Jonathan Landon has joined our team of highly-trained professionals,” said Gary Scott, president of Long and Foster Real Estate, described as the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States. “We look forward to the energetic partnership Jonathan has created by deciding to join the industry-leading Avalon office and our company.”

Landon, a professional in the real estate industry for 38 years, was the broker and owner of another local firm for the past 30 years.

Landon specializes in luxury, resort and second home properties throughout the Jersey Shore. He and his family decided to transition from running a real estate company to “come aboard” with Long and Foster’s R.J. Soens Group.

Landon said he is excited and is looking forward to many more years in the real estate business and hopes all of his years of service will continue to serve his many clients and acquaintances.

“Long and Foster continues to lead the way with cutting-edge tools and technology, which attracts top real estate professionals such as Jonathan,” said Michael Mavrotmates, manager of Long and Foster’s Avalon office, in a prepared statement.

He also welcomed Dierks.

“We are very excited and fortunate to have Louise join our team of highly trained professionals,” said Michael Mavrotmates, manager of the Avalon office.  

Dierks successfully completed Long and Foster’s Star Builders program, an extensive training course for newly licensed sales associates as well as those returning to real estate. The program’s curriculum covers contracts, agency, prospecting, business planning, finance and working with buyers and sellers. Dierks holds membership in the Cape May County Association of Realtors.

Dierks began her life-long interest in community service by following her mother to church outreach programs as a child, according to information released by the business. As an undergraduate at the College of Wooster in Ohio, she organized college volunteers with local mentally and physically handicapped adults in tutoring and Special Olympics. While working as a Peace Corps Volunteer with USAID in the Dominican Republic, she created an AIDS education program still used by volunteers. Today, Dierks participates in community programs and works to meet the individual needs of her real estate clients.

“The dynamics of today’s residential real estate market are constantly changing. Completing our Star Builders program has provided Louise with the right tools to meet those changing dynamics,” said Scott.

For more information, see LongandFoster.com.


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