SUMMIT, NJ - Generating approximately $48 Million in production, Lois Schneider Realtor's (LSR) Cynthia Baker was recognized as the number-one realtor in Summit, with the most production volume in Summit listings and sales for the third consecutive year. Baker was also LSR's individual top producer, sweeping the production awards in the following categories: Highest Dollar Volume, Most Listings, Most Sales, and Most Units.

Baker was among a group of sales associates recognized at Lois Schneider Realtor’s annual awards luncheon, an event which saw the company's management, sales associates and support team celebrate the accomplishments of the sales associates and recognize their outstanding performance in 2017.

Ellen Feeley and Aimee Feeley of the Feeley Team were recognized as LSR’s Top Team, earning the team awards for Highest Dollar Volume, Most Listings, Most Sales and Most Units.

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The individual top producers included Cynthia Baker, Allison Lees, Martha McDonnell and Macy Egerton.

The President’s Diamond Circle award was earned by Baker and The President’s Gold Circle award for Teams was earned by the Feeley Team, with individual members including Lees, McDonnell and Egerton.

Sue Lemkau was honored in the President’s Silver Circle, and The Director’s Circle award was earned by Stephanie Kramer and Sara Parker Henderson.

Personal Bests went to Baker, Egerton, and Aimee Feeley, and the company recognized Judy Watson for her 20 years at LSR as a Sales Associate and Director of Relocation. In addition, Baker was honored with the "Lois Keough Schneider Award," -- awarded through a company-wide vote -- which recognizes an employee who exemplifies the tenets upon which the company was founded: utmost integrity, dedication to excellent customer service, and promotion of team spirit.

Based in Summit, Lois Schneider Realtor specializes in listing and marketing the fine homes in communities along the Midtown Direct train line to Manhattan, namely Summit, Millburn-Short Hills, the Chathams, Madison, New Providence and Berkeley Heights, as well as other parts of Union, Essex, Morris and Somerset counties.

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