Long & Foster® Real Estate, Inc., the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, welcomes Veronica “Ronnie” Manzi to its Avalon office, in Avalon, N.J. Manzi will specialize in working with homebuyers and sellers.
“We are very excited and fortunate to have Veronica join our team of highly trained professionals,” said Michael Mavromates, manager of the Avalon office. “The combination of Long & Foster and Veronica’s unique skills and knowledge will no doubt provide the highest level of service to local buyers and sellers.”
Manzi successfully completed Long & Foster’s Star Builders program, an extensive training course for newly licensed sales associates. The program’s curriculum covers contracts, agency, prospecting, business planning, finance and working with buyers and sellers. Manzi holds membership in the Cape May County Association of Realtors.®
Manzi enjoys a successful career as an interior design consultant with Complete Interiors in Avalon, N.J. She is passionate about her profession and loves working with the home owners of the beautiful shore community. Through her work she has had the distinct pleasure of turning countless houses into dream homes and just as many customers into loyal clients and friends.
“Manzi brings with her the unique ability to see the potential in a property with an educated, professional and artistic eye,” Mavromates said. “We are happy to announce that she has signed on with Long & Foster Real Estate as a sales agent working with the R.J. Soens Group. Veronica’s experience and passion for exceeding her client’s expectations will be her foundation for a successful career in real estate.”
“The dynamics of today’s residential real estate market are constantly changing. Completing our Star Builders program has provided Veronica with the right tools to meet those changing dynamics,” said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. “We welcome Veronica to Long & Foster, a company that has helped local buyers and sellers reach their homeownership goals for more than 40 years.”