Real Estate Agent Tracy Stone’s Efforts Garner Her Vacation in Hot Springs

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Coldwell Banker Chesapeake Real Estate, on Tuesday awarded Sales Associate, Tracy Stone first prize in the company’s summer Listing Contest.

Hugh Smith, Broker and Managing Member of Coldwell Banker Chesapeake Real Estate, on Tuesday awarded Sales Associate, Tracy Stone first prize in the company’s summer Listing Contest. The winner received an all – inclusive Fall weekend at the Homestead Inn in Hot Springs, Virginia. During the contest period, June 1, 2012 – August 31, 2012, the 37 associates of the firm competed for points in the contest by procuring exclusive listings, by publishing property electronic marketing videos, and by hosting and attending open houses.

Ms. Stone began her real estate career in 1988 soon after moving to Chestertown from Washington, DC. She and her husband Jim, a faculty member at Echo Hill Outdoor School, have been the Innkeepers of the Inn at Mitchell House since 1986. Ms. Stone has practiced real estate with Coldwell Banker serving Kent, Queen Anne’s, and Cecil Counties since 2003 and has been involved in many notable transactions such as “Bracebridge Hall” a grand Cecil County waterfront estate which sold for $13.5 Million in 2004.

“When I got into real estate here”, says Ms. Stone, “we relied on print advertising to market real estate and there were no computers, no MRIS, no faxes, and no cell phones”. My Sellers are demanding the widest exposure possible for their properties. Today, my customers are searching for real estate by watching property videos I make with my digital camera on their smart phones. I couldn’t have made this transition without great systems, training, and administrative support. I must say I am looking forward to an old-fashioned vacation in Hot Springs!”

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