RISMEDIA, March 21, 2007-Weichert New Homes and Land, an affiliate of Weichert, Realtors®, recently announced its best year ever, marketing nearly 7,000 residential single family and condominium homes. Despite a slowdown in the new construction market, the company achieved an increase of 29% over 2005.
John G. Udell, president for Weichert New Homes & Land, attributes this increase to the company's marketing and sales expertise, as well as Weichert's reputation.
"In a changing real estate market, we've found that developers and builders are increasingly turning toward Weichert New Homes & Land in order to take advantage of our expertise in effectively and efficiently marketing their properties."
Weichert New Homes & Land has marked significant growth since its inception over 20 years ago. Udell states that the company has increased its portfolio of major clients with 300-400 unit developments, as well as condo conversions and urban redevelopment projects. Many of these sites are located in the company's core states in the Northeast, however, the company's growth has been furthered by expansion into Florida and Georgia.
Weichert New Homes and Land's unique service proposition also includes a broker outreach program to provide value added services specific to the needs of national developers, who typically have their own in-house sales and marketing teams.
Weichert New Homes and Land, which has generated more than $7 billion in sales on the East Coast, has the largest land sales force in the Greater New York/Philadelphia metro region. The company offers its clients the synergies of a top-notch team of hands-on professionals in the key areas of market research, marketing, sales management and sales. In many regions of Weichert, Realtors, Weichert New Homes and Land works in partnership with the vast network of Weichert, Realtors offices.
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