Better Homes and Gardens Realtor earns specialist designation
Jenny Schneider, a Realtor with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene, has earned the Luxury Home Council designation.
Schneider, who works from the firm's Katy office, earned the designation by completing a two-day ALHS course, passing an exam, meeting minimum sales numbers, maintaining membership in the National Association of Realtors and remaining in good standing with the Luxury Home Council.
The Luxury Home Council assists real estate professionals working in the luxury home market, a highly specialized field. The council delivers products, services and networking opportunities through affiliations with real estate organizations, marketing experts and industry veterans.
Agents with the accreditation get marketing and selling assistance, as well as access to members-only websites to market their listings.
"I highly value continuing education and being as knowledgeable as I can for my clients," Schneider said in a press release. "Each designation is a reflection of being educated in some aspect of real estate past the normal requirements for licensing. Because the percentage of my business in the luxury home market has increased, I felt it was important to obtain this designation and training."
"The Katy area is continuing to grow, and we are seeing an upswing in the luxury home market," Tracy Bogiel, manager of the Katy office, said in a press release. "This accreditation will make a difference to Jenny's clients in Katy and those moving to the area. We are very proud of Jenny, who joins an elite membership of top real estate agents throughout the United States with this designation."
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene is owned by Mark Woodroof and Marilyn Eiland. The residential real estate brokerage has served the Houston area since 1963.
For information about Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene, visit www.garygreene.com. For more information about the Luxury Home Council, visit www.luxuryhomecouncil.com.
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