Long & Foster Real Estate welcomes Lonnelle “Lonnie” Green to its Easton, Maryland office. Green will specialize in working with homebuyers and sellers.
“We are very excited and fortunate to have Lonnie join our team of highly trained professionals,” said Martha Witte Suss, manager of the Easton office.“The combination of Long & Foster and Lonnie’sunique skills and knowledge will no doubt provide the highest level of service to local buyers and sellers.”
Green is participating in Long & Foster’s Success Path program, which offers extensive training and resources for agents at any stage of their career. The program’s curriculum includes tools for agents to build their business, mentor-style programs, techniques for prospecting and working with buyers and sellers, skills for negotiating and more.
“I am a business owner and have recently purchased a home here in Easton,” said Green. “So, I understand the value of strong negotiation skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and a proven entrepreneurial background to deliver the best possible service in accordance to my clients’ goals.”
“The dynamics of today’s residential real estate market are constantly changing. Participating in our Success Path program has provided Lonnie with the right tools to meet those changing dynamics,” said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “We welcome Lonnieto Long & Foster, a company that has helped local buyers and sellers reach their homeownership goals for over 50 years.”
Green is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Mid Shore Board of Realtors. He holds a Maryland Home Improvement Commission license and is an active member of the Rotary Club of Easton, Md., where he was recognized as the Club’s Rookie of the Year in 2020.
“I look forward to helping others with selling and purchasing the homes of their dreams,” said Green. “And on the commercial property side, I understand the value and complexities of location, zoning requirements and more to help my clients grow their businesses and meet their goals, just like I have.”
Green’s volunteer service includes Easton’s Meals on Wheels and the Building African American Minds (BAAM) programs. He additionally serves on the Neighborhood Service Center’s Board of Directors, Chesapeake College’s Multicultural Advisory Committee, and Talbot County Public Schools’ Strategic Planning Committee. Green is also an appointed member of Maryland Department of Commerce’s COVID-19 Personal Services Task Force.
Green is a fifth-generation Talbot County resident and owner of Easton’s Fade 2 Black barbershop, previously located in Federalsburg, Md. He attended Talbot County Public Schools, where he graduated from Easton High School’s Class of 2001. He has two daughters, Kennedy and Brookly.
Long & Foster Real Estate is the nation’s No. 1 real estate company as part of HomeServices of America. For more information, visit LongandFoster.com.