The Bethesda All Points office, led by managing broker, Susan Sanford, is pleased to announce its Top Producers for May 2019. Andrea Alderdice was awarded top agent in sales volume for the second month in a row, Kenneth Bennett earned top sales agent for units, Carole Egloff won the top listing agent for highest sales volume, and Lydia Benson closed the most rental volume.
“We are proud to announce Andrea, Kenneth, Carole, and Lydia as May’s top sales agents in the Bethesda All Points office,” said Larry “Boomer” Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “They are a great example of Long & Foster’s highly-trained professionals who go to great lengths to best serve clients seeking the total homeownership experience.”
Alderdice, assisted by her daughter Jessica, brings over 18 years of real estate experience and has frequently been cited among the Bethesda All Points office’s top real estate producers. Alderdice is a member of the Chairman’s Club of the Long & Foster Gold Team.
Bennett, also a Long & Foster Gold Team Chairman’s club member, has been part of the Bethesda All Points team for nearly 15 years and ranked No. 1 in 2018 in units for the office.
Egloff joined the Bethesda All Points office just over six years ago and listed nearly $3 million in listing volume for May.
Benson, ranked top individual producer in overall volume for the Bethesda All Points office in 2018. Benson and Alderdice are both members of Long & Foster’s most elite group of top agents, the D.C. Metro Luxury Alliance.
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