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Dallas Hamler Joins Lois Schneider Realtor as Director Referrals and Relocation

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Dallas Hamler
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SUMMIT, NJ - Dallas Hamler, who has two decades of formal training and experience in relocation policy and consulting, client relationship building and referral networking, has joined Lois Schneider Realtor as Director of Referrals and Relocation.

Hamler comes to LSR from Cornerstone Relocation Group in Basking Ridge, and her career also includes time spent as a relocation coordinator at Weichert Relocation Resources, Inc. in Morris Plains. Her areas of expertise also include strategic marketing, staff training, client consulting, reporting and analytics, home inventory management, conflict resolution, and more.

Hamler assumes the role formerly held by Judy Watson, who will remain at LSR as a sales associate with the WMH Group.

“Dallas is an innovative and detail-oriented professional with extensive experience delivering global and domestic relocation services, as well as establishing effective client referral networks," said Karen Schneider, LSR president. "Her strength lies in her effectiveness as a collaborative communicator, as well as an aptitude for relationship building that will benefit both our clients and our sales associates. She will be a valuable asset to our company, and we look forward to reaping the benefits of her contributions.”

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