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West Orange Resident and Realtor Beverly Meaux Interviewed on WBLS Radio

June 22, 2014 at 6:30 PM

WEST ORANGE, NJ - West Orange resident and Livingston Keller-Williams realtor Beverly Meaux was interviewed on the Jeff Foxx Radio program on New York’s 107.5 WBLS on May 27 in a segment entitled "the Real Estate Game."

Meaux's knowledge earned her a return interview with Foxx, who interviewed her about tips for home buyers and how to close the deal. Meaux and her husband Bob work with Keller Williams Suburban Realty in Livingston, who praised her efforts on behalf of home buyers everywhere. 

“We are truly honored to have Beverly and Bob as part of our Regional family,” noted Michael Brand, Keller Williams Realty regional director, New York Tri-State Region.

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“We look forward to celebrating your future accomplishments in the year ahead and beyond.”

The Meauxs are known as the "The Bev and Bob Homes Team" and cover northern New Jersey towns like like West Orange, Livingston, South Orange, Verona and Maplewood. The couple have been repeatedly recognized for their achievements and have just hired their first full-time real estate sales associate, Sharri Greene, who’s in charge of Client Concierge Services.

Since partnering with Keller Williams Suburban Realty, the Meauxs increased their business by 217%. As they continue their second year with the company they continue their growth and were just awarded ninth-place recognition  for Teams Closed Units and Year-to-Date Closed Units for May 2014 for the entire Keller Williams Realty’s New York Tri-State Region.

For her achievements, Beverly was asked to provide in-house training for real estate agents and to become a member of the Keller Williams Suburban Realty's Agent Leadership Council (ALC) and Regional ALC that is comprised of the top 20% of the Keller Williams' agent body in the office. The ALC is actively involved in the leadership of the company, holding ownership and management accountable acting as the office’s Board of Directors.

Contact the Keller Williams Suburban Realty Office in Livingston at or call 973-251-0100 to schedule an appointment with the Meauxs.


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