Chamber “After Hours” hosted by RE/MAX United

Chamber1Cinco de mayo continued into Monday, May 6 at the Rockford Chamber of Commerce “After Hours” event hosted by RE/MAX United. A packed house of more than 70 Chamber members plus other guests were in attendance at the recently remodeled building on the corner of N. Monroe and Courtland. Members and guests enjoyed great Mexican themed food from Twisted Vine as well as cocktails and networking with Rockford area businesses. Owners Tom & Tracie Rich, along with their agents, shared good news about the rapidly improving local housing market, pointing out the drastically reduced number of homes available and steadily improving home prices.

Tom Rich, speaking briefly about RE/MAX United’s approach to serving clients, said “when people hear Chamber2the over used term great customer service it’s like hearing the old saying ‘tastes like chicken’. We provide truly memorable service to our clients by educating our agents on industry trends and concerns and inspiring them to confidently problem solve and serve their clients at a high level.”

RE/MAX United opened in June of 2012 by Tom & Tracie Rich has steadily grown with the addition of 8 full time Realtors and through April of this year has closed more real estate transactions than any other Rockford based brokerage in 2013. Also, RE/MAX of Michigan recently named the brokerage the New Franchise of the Year for Michigan.

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