|Realtor spotlight: Marie Pendleton|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 16 August 2012 09:16|
She earned the Ohio Association of Realtors’ President’s Sales Club Award in 2010, 2011 and 2012 for sales exceeding $1 million during the year.
Pendleton was the founding director of the Montessori School of Bowling Green, where she spent 25 years, and a former North Baltimore School District teacher.
“As a retired educator, I truly understand the need to listen and respond to the needs my clients and their family may have. I have experience with families and individuals seeking their first home, those moving into larger homes, some who were ‘downsizing’ and the foreclosure market,” she said.
“I have an established reputation of caring for each individual’s needs and am confident I’ll be able to serve you well as we work together to complete your real estate transactions.”
Andy Newlove was on the Montessori Board of Directors when Pendleton retired.
“He saw that I had the people skills and the business savvy necessary to be a success selling real estate, and encouraged me to pursue this as a second career,” she said. “Since I started this adventure in 2006 I have been blessed to have ever increasing success each year I have practiced real estate.”
Pendleton credits her success to checklists of the multitude of steps necessary to successfully complete the sale and/or purchase of a home.
“I see the need for organization to be critical to this work and was lucky to be able to take the time to learn how to remain organized while the market was slower. Therefore I have been able to keep up with this challenge as I have become busier.”
Pendleton was born in Champaign, Ill., and her father was a professor at the University of Illinois so she feels comfortable living a college town.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, reading, swimming, shopping, participating in a book club and knitting.
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