RE/MAX - Associate BROKER & REALTOR
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Claire Richards, an Associate BROKER and REALTOR with RE/MAX Professional Realty in Exton, PA was recently inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame. The coveted RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award honors successful agents who have earned more than $1 million in commissions during their careers with the company. Less than two percent of all RE/MAX affiliates earned this prestigious award. The recipient is a lifetime member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame once inducted.
“The Hall of Fame induction is such an exceptional honor. There is just nothing that will compare and I am extremely pleased that I have been able to work with such an amazing group of people and company that is RE/MAX,” states Ms. Richards. “This achievement is simply a result of daily carrying out our mission statement to continually provide ethical and honest representation to our clients while responding to the requirements to be successful in the ever-growing field of real estate.”
In addition to earning her Broker and Realtor licenses, Claire earned 14 additional Certifications and Designations adding to her skill sets within the Real Estate Profession. Her heightened expertise in Buyer and Seller Representation, Diversity, Green Awareness, IT, Leadership, and Technology has elevated her to the very top echelon of REALTORS.
Prior to becoming a Realtor®, Claire owned her own chain of professional photography studios, served as a VP on Glendale Bank, EVP of Mergers and Acquisitions for Princeton Photo Group, Adjunct Professor at Saint Joseph's University and served on many charitable and community Boards.
“The induction into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame is a tremendous accomplishment and I am delighted for Claire that she has achieved this mark of distinction,” notes Heidi Reese , Manager of RE/MAX Professional Realty. “Her service to the community, service on our development council and her commitment to her clients make her more than worthy of this impressive honor. She is a tremendous asset to our office.”