Long & Foster Real Estate’s Sandston, Virginia office has moved to New Kent County. This convenient location narrows the gap between the Williamsburg and Richmond markets while providing Long & Foster with high visibility to serve clients in communities like nearby Patriots Landing. The new office is located at 7410 Cooper Tavern Road #E in Quinton, Virginia.
Nancy Steinke, who has served as managing broker at the Chickahominy office for two years, and Shannon Prosser-Wall, who has been sales manager for two years, will continue to lead the team of 14 sales associates. The Chickahominy office provides agents with the latest technology and facilities – a great benefit to both Long & Foster agents and their clients.
“Our agents are thrilled to move into our new office in beautiful New Kent County, located just off the I-64 Bottoms Bridge exit,” said Steinke. “We are ready to offer our clients with continued Long & Foster services in this Richmond-Williamsburg corridor.”
In addition to the new office’s central location, Long & Foster will continue to serve the Sandston, Virginia area.
“In relocating the office, Long & Foster will achieve a broader reach in the area,” said Dawn Bradley, senior regional vice president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “We are proud to expand our footprint into New Kent County as we serve our clients across the region.”
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