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Five for Five: Lois Schneider Agents Named to Elite Client-Service List

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LSR agents, top row, from left: Cynthia Baker, Martha McDonnell, and Allison Lees along with, bottom row, from left: Nancy Burrows and Stephanie Kramer
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SUMMIT, NJ - Five Lois Schneider Realtor sales associates -- Cynthia Baker, Martha McDonnell, Allison Lees, Nancy Burrows and Stephanie Kramer -- have been named to the final list of 2018 Five Star Real Estate Agents. The Five Star Real Estate Agent Program identifies and showcases real estate professionals in a local market with the highest scores in overall satisfaction.

Realtors are evaluated by clients based on customer service, integrity, market knowledge, communication and negotiation skills, closing preparation, helpfulness, marketing, and overall satisfaction.

"Once again, we are proud to see many of our top-producing sales associates recognized as 2018 Five Star Real Estate Agents," said Karen Schneider, President of Lois Schneider Realtor. "These sales associates are heartily endorsed by their clients, many of them year after year. We congratulate them on their excellent company work ethic, unsurpassed professionalism and abiding dedication to the community and their clients."

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