GREENWICH, Conn. – Houlihan Lawrence is already ranked the number two office in Greenwich just one year after its arrival.
Houlihan Lawrence first opened its office in Greenwich with 14 of the community’s top-producing agents recruited from the area’s top four brokerages, all attracted to the firm’s cutting-edge marketing and branding capabilities, and expansive international reach. The office has since grown into an elite and collaborative team of 36 agents who are uniquely plugged into the local community, and Houlihan Lawrence’s unrivaled marketing engine.
“We’re so proud of the success of our Greenwich office, which has sustained incredible momentum since day one of opening,” said Chris Meyers, managing principal of Houlihan Lawrence. “Our talented agents in Greenwich have very strong personal relationships in the community and understand the nuances of the market from an in depth perspective. As innovators, they have masterfully tapped into the strength of our firm’s fully-integrated marketing and technological resources to yield tremendous results.”
On the heels of opening its doors in Greenwich, Houlihan Lawrence debuted a suite of new technologies and tools specifically designed to support their agents in servicing clients who are buying and selling homes in an increasing digital age, including an intuitive website, an exclusive mobile app, and an increase in original digital content and compelling community and property videos.
“The market share and landscape in Greenwich has changed dramatically over the past 12 months, and we’re thrilled to have solidified our position as an established force in the market. It goes to show that success will come with the right talent paired with the right tools,” said David Haffenreffer, Branch Manager for the Greenwich office. “
Houlihan Lawrence has also become a vested member of the community, sponsoring some of Greenwich’s most time honored traditions such as the Greenwich Town Party, and new endeavors such as the highly anticipated Greenwich International Film Festival.
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