Springfield, VA- The recently renovated and revitalized offices of RE/MAX 100 in Springfield were celebrated this week with a ribbon cutting by Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross, Broker Ken Crowley, Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS Bob Adamson and other dignitaries.
The renovations, which were completed in May, were part of a new 10 year contract signed recently by Crowley for the office located at 5501 Backlick Road in Springfield.
"The RE/MAX 100 office is virtually a local landmark but had started to show its age," said Crowley. "We have completely redone both the space and the infrastructure to make it a state of the art real estate office". New phones, computers, real estate software and client-friendly conference areas are all a part of the new look.
The RE/MAX 100 office and its renovation is part of an overhaul of the 6 RE/MAX 100 offices purchased by Crowley in 2015. The offices were previously owned by Denver-based RE/MAX, LLC, the international franchisor that sells more homes than any other real estate organization. He also owns two offices in Maryland that operate under the name RE/MAX Realty Group.
"We're really excited about this new office." said Matt Cockerham, the manager of the Springfield location who also participated in the ribbon cutting. "We have some of the best agents in the business, and they now have the best office to work from."
Also taking part in the ceremony were Trish Nicely, RE/MAX 100 Vice President, and Char Melvin, Director of Operations for RE/MAX Realty Group and 100, as well as some fifty invited guests.