One of the fastest growing real estate offices in the Lehigh Valley has come to Carbon County.
Croslis Realty recently held a grand opening for its new office at 1405 Blakeslee Boulevard Drive East in Lehighton. The open house gave broker/owner Matthew Croslis, and key agents Tim Klotz and Eric Bierman the opportunity to meet local residents and show off the new location. Visitors also had an opportunity to win prizes, including a flat screen television and front row tickets for an Iron Pigs game.
Klotz brings eight years experience in both commercial and residential real estate to the new office. Having been born and raised in Carbon County, he has extensive knowledge of the local real estate market.
Croslis credits local attorney Keith Pavlack for being instrumental in bringing Croslis Realty to Carbon County.
"Attorney Pavlack offered his assistance and we're pleased to be here," said Croslis. "We appreciate his help."
After building its record of exceptional service and success in Lehigh Valley, the mission of Croslis realtors is to provide their clients in Carbon County with the best possible real estate solutions.
"We're looking to grow," said Klotz. "We have opportunities for new and experienced agents."
Croslis said the office wouldn't have become reality without finding the right local agent to head it up. He is confident that Klotz can bring buyers and sellers together for both residential and commercial properties, and successfully build the company name in his local marketplace.
Office manager Amanda Belletieri said that Croslis agents are eager to help first-time buyers find a home, help sellers get their homes sold, or help those who would like to downsize.
"Our agents can help you capitalize on this real estate market by investing in real estate," said Belletieri.
Croslis Realty opened its home office doors in Allentown in 2008 with just three agents and has since become a powerful leader in the real estate market. At a time when many real estate companies were downsizing or closing their doors, Croslis Realty attracted almost 20 full-time real estate agents and opened branch offices in multiple counties.
Croslis said that the new office also offers hometown appeal.
"We know the marketplace and what people need. We're here to help," he said.