Candace Faircloth Joins Long & Foster’s Strawberry Street Office in Richmond, Virginia

August 16, 2018
Candace Faircloth

Long & Foster Real Estate welcomes Candace Faircloth to its Strawberry Street office in Richmond, Virginia. Faircloth will specialize in working with homebuyers and sellers.

“We are very excited and fortunate to have Candace join our team of highly trained professionals,” said John VanderSyde, manager of the Strawberry Street office. “The combination of Long & Foster and Candace’s unique skills and knowledge will no doubt provide the highest level of service to local buyers and sellers.”

Faircloth successfully completed Long & Foster’s STEP program, an extensive training course for newly licensed sales associates, as well as associates returning to the field of real estate. The program’s curriculum covers contracts, agency, prospecting, business planning, finance and working with buyers and sellers. Faircloth holds membership in the Richmond Association of Realtors.

“I am excited to be joining the Long & Foster family at the Strawberry Street sales office in Richmond. As a new agent, it was personally important that I choose a company that would value my success and growth as an individual,” said Faircloth. “The agent-first philosophy, continuing education program, and expansive network of Long & Foster’s resources has made the company the perfect place to start my career. I look forward to growing with the talented agents at Strawberry Street, and meeting many more in the coming year.”

“The dynamics of today’s residential real estate market are constantly changing. Completing our STEP program has provided Candace with the right tools to meet those changing dynamics,” said Boomer Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “We welcome Candace to Long & Foster, a company that has helped local buyers and sellers reach their homeownership goals for 50 years.”

Faircloth lives in Richmond’s Northside neighborhood with her partner, Patrick, their dog Bella and two rescue kittens.  She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with degrees in psychology and religious studies.

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