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cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, JANUARY 18-MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2013 4S Agents Continued from page 36 Both FINS and CLAWS are downtown Rehoboth landmarks and an integral part of communi- ty organizations• They donate time and goods to a variety of different organizations, includ- ing Worcester Preparatory School, the Children's Beach House Art Show, Lewes Senior Center and Dewey Beach Lions Club. "We have met so many great lbeople, both visitors and locals, through real estate and the restaurants," said Hamer. "It's really fun to recommend FINS and CLAWS to my real es- tate clients where a lot of times they end up meeting Jeff. To us, our clients are like an extended family." The Barrows of Barrows and Associates have over 20 years of collective experience as Realtors, and have been with Ocean Atlantic Sotheby's In- ternational Re- alty since Sep- tember 2008. "The most gratifying ex- perience for us JennBarrows in this busi- ness is to maintain great relationships with our clients throughout the home buying process," said Jenn Bar- rows. "It means so much to us to receive referrals and maintain long-term relationships with our customers, who many times become friends." In 2012, the Barrows suc- cessfully com- pleted 46 transactions equating to Brian Barrowsover $16 mil- lion in volume. In 2013, they continue to be laser- focused on providing the strongest seller representation possible, from magazine-quality photography and video, to exclu- sive featured listing spots, to a customized marketing plan for each property listed. In addition to their top rive sales ranking, both ]enn and Brian Bar- rows volunteer their time and ef- forts at Rehoboth Elementary, where their sons attend school, as part of the art docent program and parent classroom aides. "We love this area," said Brian simply. "We are committed to making it the best place possible to live, work and enjoy life!" Brittingham, a native of Sussex County, is a full time associate broker at OA Sotheby's, operat- ing primarily out its Lewes of- rices. Upon graduating from Old Dominion University in Virginia, Brittingham moved back to his home state and has since built upon his extensive knowledge of the local real estate market. Brit- tingham successfully participat- ed in 44 real estate transactions in 2012, reporting close to $13 million in sales volume. "My motto is to be posi- tive, provide superior serv- ice, exceed the standard and get results; that is what I Matt Brittingham intend to ac- • complish for my clients," said Brittingham. The Oldfathers have carved a name for themselves in the com- petitive southern Delaware real estate market by delivering con- sistent results for homebuyers and sellers and providing su- perior cus- tomer service. "They have • bulk a dynam- ic, thriving business that has continued to exceed ex- Mariya Oldfather pectations, es- pecially in our current economic environment," said Healy. The Oldfathers bring a unique set of skills to the area. Dustin's background includes Edwardlones SVN-Miller advisors appointed to Peninsula Commercial Alliance Board training at the Florida Naval Base, and he earned his degree in molecular biology and nuclear physics. Mariya ob- tained her de- gree in ac- counting from the University of National and World Economy in Sofia; Bulgaria. DustinOIdfather 2012 was a busy year for the duo as they. participated in close to 50 real estate transac- tions and expanded their team of five real estate professionals at The Oldfather Group of OA Sotheby's. Maltaghati heralds from New York City and began visiting the beach area in 1997. After wit- nessing the rise in the market, he bought his first investment property in 2001 and was bitten by the real estate bug. Eventual- ly, he was drawn to the coastal lifestyle of Delaware and decided to make Re- hoboth his home. A full- time Realtor at Paul MaltaghatiOA Sotheby's since 2004, Maltaghati completed 22 real es- tate transactions in 2012 valued at over $9.2 million. A creative dynamo with a degree in horti- BUY I, GET I culture, Paul was the proud owner of a prestigious flower shop in midtown Manhattan for 25 years. Paul served Fortune 500 companies, scores of celebrities, and high-profile per- sonalities, offering personalized customer care. "I enjoy helping folks make their dreams come true. Quality service and respect is what I believe makes us suc- cessful in life," said Maltaghati. "We are so proud of our team at Ocean Atlantic Sotheby'si" said Healy. "The outstanding members of the Ocean Atlantic Sotheby's International Realty team are not only true profes- sionals, but also exceptional community members and volun- teers. We are all looking for- ward to a great 2013!" 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Janet R Maher, AAMS • Financial Advisor 28322 Lewes Georgetown Hwy Unit 5 Milton, DE 19968 Member SIPC 302-684-5946 tit8 TO t/at "~r Men's T-Shirts . Flannel Shirts , Backpacks . ALL Liquid Short Sleeve T-Shirts ALL JewelrLI . Wallets • Hats . Belts Brent Miller, CCIM, CPM, managing director for Sperry Van Ness-Miller Commercial Real Estate in Salisbury, Md., recently an- nounced that three SVN- Miller advi- sors have been appointed to the P.eninsula Commercial Rodney Joyner Alliance Board of Directors. For the year 2013, Rodney loyner will serve as president, Bill Lucks will serve as treasurer, and John McClellan, CCIM, will serve as secretary. The Peninsula Commercial Al- liance is an ed- ucational, net- working and resource grotlp for com- mercial real estate profes- sionals and those they col- laborate with Bill Lucks from allied in- dustries.The PCA serves members from all ar- eas of the Delmarva Peninsula. 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