Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage recently announced that Realtor Bonnie Barrington will be joining the firm as an affiliate. She will be based out of its Northwest Office.
Barrington has over seven years of experience in the field and worked as an independent sales associate for more than a year.
“Bonnie is kind, hardworking and has mastered the art of good work-life balance,” said Stephanie Szigetvari, manager of the Northwest office. “We are very thrilled to welcome her to our office.”
Coldwell Banker also announced that Realtor Christine McDaniel will be joining the firm’s Porter County office. McDaniel is an eight year veteran of the industry. A lifelong resident of Indiana, her areas of expertise are in buying property, foreclosures and relocation.
“It’s an honor to be affiliated with such a recognized name in the industry,” McDaniel said. “Coldwell Banker provides great tools and technologies that greatly benefit my business which in return, makes buying and selling simpler for my clients.”
McDaniel is a HUD registered agent, and holds certifications for short sales and foreclosures, as well as an e-PRO technology certification.
“We are thrilled to welcome Christine to our office,” said Steve Baker, manager of the Porter County office. “She is very professional, knowledgeable and has a great way of connecting with her clients.”
Coldwell Banker has also announced the addition of Realtor Kim Failing as an affiliate with its Lombard office. Failing will be part of the ‘Powered by Zip’ team.
She has been in the business five years, and specializes in working with Federal Housing Administration buyers and first time home buyers in Chicago’s western suburbs. She stated that the decision to team-up with Coldwell Banker was a no-brainer. “I’m impressed with the marketing, resources and support Coldwell Banker provides each agent. It’s unlike any other brokerage I have worked with,” she said.
Additionally, Failing is a member of the Oak Brook Area Association of Commerce and Industry.
“Kim is very personable, industrious and very dedicated to her career in real estate,” said Doug MacArtney, manager of the Lombard office. “As a lifelong resident of the western suburbs, she brings a wealth of knowledge of the local market and we are very excited to welcome her to our office.”