Ginsberg welcomes new partner
Annie Ginsberg, broker with Re/max Resorts of Grand County in Grand Lake, has formed a new business partnership with Ariel Lowerison. “In my continuing effort to bring to my clients the best possible service, I have brought in Real Estate Marketing Consultant, Ariel Lowerison, as my partner. Ariel brings both a strong real estate background and powerful marketing skills to our team,” said Ginsberg.Lowerison has been recognized as “Real Estate Marketing Director of the Year” by the National Homebuilders Association. She is a member of the Institute of Residential Marketing and has been a trustee and instructor for the Institute through the National Homebuilders Association. She has more than 25 years experience selling and marketing homes of all price ranges and sizes in resort communities both in the mountains and at the seashore. Lowerison’s approach is not the “old standard of the three Ps,” Ginsberg said. “Put it in the MLS. Put the sign out front. And then Pray like hell. Her three Ps approach is: Presentation, Promotion, and Positioning – along with a big dose of constantly monitoring the real estate market.””With our varied backgrounds and complementary skills, Ariel and I look forward to bringing my clients and customers the best and the most responsive real estate experience in Grand County,” Ginsberg said.Ginsberg has been in real estate for eight years; six of those with Re/Max Resorts of Grand County. She is the current President of the Grand County Board of Realtors and holds the designations of Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), e-PRO Certified, Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE), and Short Sales & Foreclosure Certified Broker (SFR). She is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Colorado Association of Realtors and the Grand County Multiple Listing Service.
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