Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate recently announced the addition of real estate company, Star Real Estate, to its franchise network. The newly named Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Star, led by sisters Barbara Zorn and Lynn Facompre, will continue to serve Brevard County and its surrounding communities.
“As we continue our rapid expansion into the most active Florida real estate markets, we are thrilled to join forces with Barbara and Lynn, along with an incredibly driven team of real estate professionals,” says Sherry Chris, president and CEO, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate LLC. “With a forward-thinking mindset and a company culture that aligns with our brand values, we are confident that Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Star will continue to craft a personalized experience for each person who walks through their doors.”
Star Real Estate was founded in 2003 with a team of seasoned real estate professionals. Zorn and Facompre were both born in Brevard County and grew up with the space program. Their parents, Gene and Pat Wojewoda, relocated to Brevard in the early 1960s. Star Real Estate often works with large companies in their relocation efforts and excels in dealing with the most coveted waterfront properties in Brevard County. Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Star professionals are committed to fast, professional and courteous personal service to ease clients throughout the home buying and selling processes.
“Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate is the perfect brand to bring our company to a new era of growth,” says Zorn. “With its technological resources and lifestyle platform, we will enhance our reputation for providing an exceptional level of service. Our team is eager to leverage the many marketing and technological tools that will now be available to them as part of this iconic, trusted brand.”
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Star is also regularly involved philanthropically in the area that it serves. More specifically, it is deeply connected to Promise in Brevard, a new community development being built for young adults with special needs, and its real estate professionals are active fundraisers for the Special Olympics.
For more information, visit www.BetterInBrevard.com.