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Virginia Jordan is Named Sales Manager at Lois Schneider Realtor


Lois Schneider Realtor’s President, Karen Schneider, has named Virginia “Ginny” Jordan as the company’s new Sales Manager, succeeding Susan Hunter who will retire with her husband to Sarasota, Florida.

A licensed New Jersey real estate sales associate since 1998 and a certified Senior Real Estate Specialist, Jordan came to Lois Schneider Realtor in 2005 from Burgdorff Realtors, now Coldwell Banker. She has been a Summit resident for 33 years where her children attended the Summit public schools. Her real estate expertise and in-depth knowledge of Summit and the surrounding areas continue to serve the Lois Schneider Realtor family well.

Ginny Jordan has served on prestigious local boards such as the Summit Board of Education as President, Vice President and Chair of the negotiations, operations and budget committees over a period of five years. She also has served on the City’s Master Plan Task Force and has been a member of the Suburban Chamber of Commerce since 2004, as well as a Trustee of the Summit Area Public Foundation.

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 “Ginny’s strong leadership and her personal commitment to our sales associates will be an asset to the company. Her extensive community service coincides with our company philosophy of active community involvement that has always been at the forefront of Lois Schneider Realtor,” says Karen Schneider.

With professional credentials that include financial analyst at Citibank, NA and Marketing/Research Recruiter for Ciba Geigy Pharmaceuticals, her attention to detail and business acumen serve her exceedingly well.

“My real estate business philosophy has alwaysbeen based on the fundamental idea that market intelligence, integrity and service sells homes. I am pleased that this guiding principle aligns so well with the Lois Schneider Realtor reputation, and I look forward to continuing to work with this stellar company in my new position as Sales Manager,” states Jordan.

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