BCK Real Estate® and Stowe Realty® Join Forces to Create Top Real Estate Firm in Central Vermont
Posted by John Biondolillo — October 20, 2009
Stowe, Vermont – October 19, 2009 – BCK Real Estate® and Stowe Realty® announce the merging of their two companies, making the new combined entity the foremost real estate company in central Vermont with the largest transaction unit volume market share in the region. Ken Libby, owner of Stowe Realty®, has been a Realtor® in Stowe for over 30 years.
“Our combined companies and collective talent have unprecedented strength
and resources to serve the residential and commercial real estate market in the Stowe area and all of central Vermont,” said Ken Libby, President of Stowe Realty. “It is a win/win for the clients of each company, as they can expect the same outstanding service they are accustomed to and deserve.”
“We are excited about bringing together these two exceptional Vermont brands,” said John Biondolillo, CEO. “This will be a seamless transition since BCK and Stowe Realty are firms with shared values and the highest standards of professionalism.”
“As to the overall Stowe area residential real estate market,” added Biondolillo, “inventory seems to be stabilizing and transactions pending closing are also up, giving us some encouraging signs of potential improvement in the market during 2010.”
The companies now have an enviable and unequalled position of strength and efficiencies in the marketplace. They also continue to be affiliated with the nation’s most prestigious luxury real estate network, Leading Real Estate Companies of the WorldTM, and Who’s Who in Luxury Real EstateTM.
About BCK Stowe Realty®
Central Vermont’s largest residential real estate firm with sales offices in Barre, Montpelier, Northfield, Rochester, Waterbury and Stowe, and over 30 real estate professionals. Stowe Realty is a wholly owned subsidiary of Berg, Carmolli & Kent Real Estate Corporation.
More information is available at www.BCKrealestate.com or contact:
John Biondolillo, CEO
BCK Real Estate
Kenneth Libby, President