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Long & Foster Celebrates the Life of Founder P. Wesley “Wes” Foster, Jr.

Foster, who was 89 years old, started the leading real estate and financial services company in 1968

March 24, 2023

Michigan’s Largest and Leading Real Estate Company Expands with New Northville Office

Real Estate One Family of Companies, Michigan’s largest and leading real estate company, announced the opening of a new branch located at 410 N. Center Street in Northville, which will be focused on providing brokerage services primarily to Northville and its surrounding neighborhoods. The office is now open to the public and will operate under both the Real Estate One and Max Broock Realtors brands. The location builds upon the company’s exponential growth, marking its 90th location in the state of Michigan.

March 9, 2023

Howard Hanna Real Estate Services Joins Forces With Coach Realtors

Howard Hanna Real Estate Services (HHRES) is pleased to announce that it will be joining forces with Coach Realtors, a strong, well-respected real estate firm based on Long Island, N.Y., forming Howard Hanna | Coach Realtors – the No. 1 independently-owned real estate brokerage in New York state.

March 1, 2023

The Real Estate One Family Charitable Foundation Gave Over $1M to the Local Community

The Real Estate One Family of Companies, Michigan's largest and leading real estate brokerage, recently announced that they gave over $1 Million to local charities in 2022 via their charitable foundation – an all-time record for the company.

January 27, 2023

Mary Frances Burleson, 1935-2022: Longtime president and CEO of Ebby Halliday Cos. dies at 87

An icon of Dallas real estate has left us: Mary Frances Burleson, longtime president and CEO of the Ebby Halliday Companies. The Ebby Halliday Companies announced that Burleson, 87, died Sunday morning of natural causes.

November 28, 2022