Klemm Real Estate Realtor Peter Klemm is ranked as one of the best agents in America based on annual sales volume as published in the 2019 Real Trends/Wall Street Journal annual real estate survey. Peter sold in excess of $59,595,000 in real estate during 2018, ranking him first in Litchfield County.
Year after year, Klemm Real Estate dominates luxury property listings and sales and sustains #1 market share throughout Litchfield County. Peter Klemm has personally sold nearly a Billion Dollars in Litchfield County real estate.
Klemm Real Estate has offices located in Washington Depot, Woodbury, Litchfield, Roxbury, Lakeville/Salisbury and Sharon staffed by 40 local associates serving Litchfield County for about 30 years.
E.J. Murphy Realty Realtors form a team
E.J. Murphy Realtors Bill Cox, left, Heather Turri and Dave Luzi. Contributed photo
Three real estate salespeople from E. J. Murphy Realty, LLC in Litchfield have formed TeamworX, a joint effort within the firm to raise the level of service and personal attention provided to clients.
Agents Heather Turri, Bill Cox and Dave Luzi created a unique approach to ensure quick responsiveness, a collective perspective into business matters and constant availability to their buyers and sellers.
Turri has resided in Litchfield County and co-managed a very successful family contracting business for decades.
Cox combines his penchant for researching equity markets, real estate tax laws and the economy with expert advice to clients.
A lifelong resident of Litchfield, Luzi has worked full-time in the real estate business for nearly forty years.
“I’m excited by their new venture” claims Ted Murphy, broker/owner of E. J. Murphy Realty, LLC. “The constantly changing nature of the real estate business requires agents to be innovative in the ways they serve their clients. I’m pleased that Murphy agents Heather, Bill and Dave have taken on this challenge.”
E. J. Murphy Realty, LLC has been a leading independent brokerage firm in the Litchfield marketplace. The company is Litchfield County’s exclusive member of Leverage Global Partners, an international affiliation of real estate brokerages specializing in the luxury home market.
The Goshen Business Circle’s Discovery Team continues to work with the Town of Goshen to explore the possibilities for improving economic development through the establishment of an Economic Development Commission.
The Commission will be structured as is an advisory board, taking direction from the community itself and adapting to its needs and desires. The Commission has no authority to designate business locations or uses, which is the responsibility of the Planning & Zoning Commission. The direction it pursues will include cooperation with other interested parties, including the GBC, Goshen residents, and the P&Z.
The principal concept for the Commission is to support local businesses in a manner that protects property values and is compatible with Goshen’s rural character. Initial goals are to fill vacant commercial space in the town, promote an attractive and welcoming Village Center, and appeal to younger families- all of which are critical to sustaining our community.
While there are several different perspectives from community input, “All of us want the same thing.” Said GBC co-chair Dawn Wicks. ”We want to maintain the quaint, small town we know and love, not change it into anything else.“
Focus groups and input sessions open to all residents will be held to structure the Commission’s goals and activities. The principle objective is to enhance Goshen’s economy in such a way as to preserve the vitality of the community, balanced with the needs of a small historical town. Says co-chair Amy Tobin, “The Commission must align its work with the town’s rural character and rich history. No one is seeking any change that will erase the town of which we are so proud.”
All activities and plans for the Commission are a result of community consensus. The group wants to emphasize that an Economic Development Commission should bring opportunity to the town of Goshen and advocate for what the community needs to energize its residents to invest in, and retain Goshen’s vitality and economic growth.
Klemm Real Estate now occupies the former space of Fahey Associates Realtors in Litchfield. BZ photo
Klemm Real Estate acquires Fahey Associates
Klemm Real Estate Inc. of Washington Depot has expanded its presence in Litchfield County by acquiring Fahey Associates, Realtors in Litchfield, the firms have announced. The acquisition of Fahey’s office building at 21 West St. gives Klemm Real Estate enhanced exposure as this is the premier location in Litchfield.
“We are so thrilled to merge another legendary family firm into our fold,” said Graham Klemm, president and co-owner of the firm. Klemm has previously acquired Tierney Realty and Pepper Scholl, among others, in year’s past.
Fahey Associates, Realtors has been in operation for over 60 years in Litchfield. Current owner John B. Fahey, Jr. has been running the firm successfully for over 40 years.
Klemm Real Estate has offices located in Washington Depot, Woodbury, Litchfield, Roxbury, Lakeville/Salisbury and Sharon. It is staffed by 40 associates serving Litchfield County.
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