Teri Langdon Joins Long & Foster’s Chincoteague Office in Chincoteague, Va.

February 23, 2016
Teri Langdon

Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest family-owned residential real estate company in the United States, welcomes Teri Langdon to its Chincoteague office, in Chincoteague, Va. Langdon will specialize in working with homebuyers and sellers.

“We are very excited and fortunate to have Teri join our team of highly trained professionals,” said John Powell, managing broker of the Shore Drive-Coastal office. “The combination of Long & Foster and Teri unique skills and knowledge will no doubt provide the highest level of service to local buyers and sellers. We welcome Teri to Long & Foster, a company that has helped local buyers and sellers reach their homeownership goals for more than 45 years.”

As a Penn State grad and successful small business owner, Langdon is known for creative marketing strategies, 24/7 availability, savvy negotiating skills and outstanding client service. As a new sales agent for Long & Foster’s Chincoteague office, Langdon aims to bring a fresh perspective and unbridled enthusiasm to selling homes.

As the owner and creative director of Cavallino Communications, a full service marketing and advertising firm for the past 25 years, Langdon provides professionally-designed digital and print marketing campaigns giving her client’s property maximum exposure. Combining her passions in real estate and advertising allows Langdon to provide stylish, high-quality marketing for her listings.

Langdon grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and spent many summer vacations on Chincoteague Island with her family. She fell in love with the quaint, historic homes on the island and, of course, the Chincoteague horses. Chincoteague is where her love for wild horses and ponies was born. While living in California, Langdon adopted a yearling American Mustang she named Liberty, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Her other hobbies include photography, artisan bread making and natural horsemanship. She is a resident of Chincoteague Island.

For more information, visit LongandFoster.com.