Kermit Johnson has been named as branch manager of Long & Foster Real Estate’s Smith Mountain Lake/Halesford Bridge and Rocky Mount offices. Johnson, a retired Virginia State Police trooper, brings 10 years of experience in the real estate industry to his new position.
After a 15-year career with the police, Johnson earned his real estate license and joined Long & Foster in 2008. In the time since, he has built a successful business, earning recognition for his exceptional service and sales volume. He is a member of Long & Foster’s prestigious Gold Team, recognized for sales volume and closed transactions.
“I am honored to move into my new role as managing broker for the Smith Mountain Lake and Rocky Mount offices and share my knowledge with the sales agents there to further their goals and their real estate careers,” Johnson said. “The tools, technology and training offered by Long & Foster creates a rich environment for the leadership, as well as the agents.”
“Supporting today’s real estate professionals takes a highly knowledgeable, experienced leader,” said Brian Haug, Long & Foster’s senior vice president and regional manager for the Richmond region. “We are confident that adding Kermit to the Long & Foster leadership team will result in the synergy that our agents thrive on. This is how our company has continued to help local buyers and sellers meet their homeownership goals for 50 years.”
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