Jeremy Caleb Johnson Attends Long & Foster’s ReCharge Retreat for Top Producers

September 30, 2019
Jeremy Calab Johnson

Jeremy Caleb Johnson, a sales associate with Long & Foster Real Estate, attended the company’s fall ReCharge retreat. Johnson is an associate with the company’s Shore Drive Coastal office in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Consumer education, technology and planning techniques were among the topics discussed at ReCharge, an event created by and for Long & Foster’s top-producing sales associates. The event brought agents together for business development sessions and networking opportunities. It was held from Sept. 17-19 at The Greenbriar in West Virginia.

“Attending ReCharge helped me connect with my fellow Long & Foster agents and prepare for the upcoming business year,” Johnson said. “Long & Foster understands what agents like me need to be successful, so we can provide unparalleled service to all our clients.”

A Virginia Beach native, Johnson is a widely respected Realtor and was named the 2016 Realtor of the Year by the Hampton Roads Realtors Association. He is also a multiple Five Star Professional, representing the top 2% of the Coastal Virginia marketplace and was named by Virginia Living magazine as a Top Real Estate Agent for the Commonwealth of Virginia for 2018.

Johnson consistently ranks top among his fellow agents within Long & Foster Real Estate, Virginia’s No. 1 real estate firm. His results-oriented approach has landed him in the Circle of Excellence, and he currently ranks in the top 2% of all agents in Coastal Virginia (Hampton Roads). Johnson’s exemplary level of service stems from Buffini & Company coaching for over 14 years and by his previous career and educational paths in London, at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere.

“Long & Foster’s ReCharge presents a fantastic opportunity for our family of agents to gather and learn from each other, plan for the coming year and hear from industry experts,” said Larry “Boomer” Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate.

“Real estate remains a business built on relationships, and events such as this one help our agents continually invest in their skills and knowledge, so they can build those relationships and provide the best service possible,” said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate.

Over 300 Long & Foster agents attended ReCharge, which is open to members of the company’s Gold Team – agents produce $5 million or more in volume in a calendar year. For more information, visit