We’re so excited to introduce our audience to Stephanie Rothenberg, a sales associate from our William Raveis New York City office. In addition to working in real estate, Stephanie is also an accomplished Broadway actress, starring alongside Daniel Radcliffe & Nick Jonas. Read on for more about Stephanie!
We are so excited to introduce our clients, family & friends to the newest addition to the William Raveis family of sales associates & employees, Renee Roberts, the managing principal broker of the Canton & Sharon, Massachusetts office. Yesterday, at the grand opening of the office, we sat down with Renee who gave us an insight into her real estate expertise & knowledge from being in the business for the past 17 years.
December 3, 2019 (Shelton, Conn.) — William Raveis Real Estate (WRRE), the top family-owned real estate company spanning the Northeast to Florida, and top real estate producer Renee Roberts, are pleased to announce the opening of two new offices in Canton and Sharon, Massachusetts today, further strengthening Raveis’ top market position in the state. The team has already affiliated 61 experienced sales agents, representing more than $200 million in sales volume and more than 400 transactions.
Today, the blog is introducing you to one of our mega-agents here at William Raveis Real Estate, Leslie Clarke of Leslie Clarke Homes in Westport, CT! A Senior Realtor and William Raveis Vice President, Leslie is consistently ranked as a top Westport listing and selling associate. She has earned the status of Chairman’s Elite Club member for 10 consecutive years, and Real Trends named Leslie in the top ½ of 1% of 1.4 million licensed real estate professionals in the United States.
We are also so excited for Leslie’s debut on NBC’s Open House NYC coming up in January 2020. Leslie works so hard for our company, but what does she enjoy in her personal time? Find out below in our next Agent Spotlight!
We are honored to launch a specialized, multi-division program for military personnel on Veteran’s Day, November 11. As the only privately held firm offering real estate, mortgage and insurance services under one roof to our clients, we have the opportunity to create a seamless end-to-end customer experience for veterans.
“No other real estate company in the nation offers the coaching, training and mentoring programs we have,” said William Raveis, CEO and Founder of William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance. “No other company is dedicated to helping agents grow their businesses like us. We walk the walk and talk the talk.”
On September 29, cancer survivor Evan Walsh finished his third William Raveis Charitable Fund Ride + Walk to help raise funds for the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation. Evan is a Luxury Properties Specialist with The Walsh Team from the William Raveis Real Estate office in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Having recently battled cancer, this particular event is very close to Evan’s heart. In 2017, Evan was diagnosed with stage 3, muscle-invasive, Bladder Cancer. With family and friends around him, he went through six weeks of intensive chemotherapy, and surgery to have a radical cystectomy, with Neo-Bladder replacement.
For the Raveis family, like many families touched by cancer, the quest for a cure is painfully personal. Meghan and Ryan Raveis’ sister-in-law, Jennifer Cavanaugh, a 36-year-old mother of three young boys, has been fighting breast cancer for the last 16 months. At this year’s Raveis Ride + Walk on September 29 at Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk, Conn., she will share her story of her diagnosis and treatment for an aggressive form of breast cancer, HER2+ / ER and PR-, a protein in her cells that allows the cancer to live and spread.
Five years ago, I was diagnosed with an illness: Ovarian Cancer; I had an emergency hysterectomy in April 2014, followed by six months of chemotherapy. I was back at work within days of my last treatment, anxiously awaiting regrowth on what had come to be known as my bald egg head. The cancer didn’t come back. I beat it; that was it!
Harshabad Singh, MBBS
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
2019 William Raveis Charitable Fund Fellowship
Cancers involving the lower esophagus have dramatically increased in number over the last several decades. The reason for rise in this cancer is not completely understood; it may be related to smoking, alcohol, or even acid reflux. However, long before these esophageal cancers develop, the normal lining of the esophagus changes, possibly as a result of stomach cells migrating upward. This new tissue is called “Barrett’s esophagus” and is more likely to progress to cancer.. Dr. Singh proposes to investigate the origins of Barrett’s esophagus and understand its specific vulnerability to progress to cancer. This work may lead to new preventive strategies for esophageal cancers.