As sponsors of the 2012 Howard County Heart Ball on Saturday, May 5th, Creig & Carla Northrop were pleased to witness nearly 400 guests celebrating and supporting the American Heart Association’s mission. Carla’s dedication as a member of the Auction Committee and Creig’s willingness to yet again lend his signature voice and passion to the Live Auction resulted in a record breaking year for the Open Your Heart Dollars Campaign! In addition, we are thrilled to announce that the monetary goal set by the American Heart Association was exceeded by $80,000 resulting in a net of $295,000 for this year’s Heart Ball! Thank you to everyone who participated in making this one of the most successful years ever!
The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate has renewed its partnership for the second consecutive year with University of Maryland Athletics and the USO of Metropolitan Washington in its sponsorship of the “Hoops for Heroes” program.
Last year The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate donated $14,300 to the USO of Metropolitan Washington by donating $100 for each three-pointer scored by the Terrapins during the 2010-2011 men’s basketball regular season. “The USO’s role is to do the little things to boost morale and let our nation’s service men and women know they are supported and appreciated,” said Elaine Rogers, president of the USO of Metropolitan Washington.
“The continued generosity of the community makes it possible for…
Matt is a full time agent, born and raised in Maryland and has lived in Howard County since 1988. He attended Elon University in North Carolina where he studied Business and Communications earning his B.A. in Corporate Communications. After college Matt moved back to Maryland and began a career in Sales and Marketing, which led him to his Real Estate Career. Matt is a member of the Howard County Association of REALTORS® where he serves on the Young Professional Network committee. When he is not working Matt enjoys spending time with his friends and family, volunteering with several non-profit organizations, and staying active through swimming, running, and playing sports.
Clarksville, MD, (August 6, 2010) — The Wall Street Journal and REAL Trends, Inc. are pleased to announce the 2010 Top 400 Real Estate Professionals. The eagerly anticipated final rankings were published this morning in The Wall Street Journal Online. Through determination and hard work, the Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster achieved incredible results in 2009. The Northrop Team took home top honors ranking # 2 in Sales Volume by a Team. The Northrop Team retained their spot for the fourth year in a row, only $6 million off the # 1 spot held by John McMonigle of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage based in Newport Beach, CA Creig Northrop, President of The Northrop Team says, “I am amazed and impressed for what we all achieved in what I believe was…
Congratulations to Jeffrey Detwiler for being selected as the new President and Chief Operating Office of the Long & Foster Companies. The Creig Northrop Team is very excited to see what new ideas and innovations he will bring to Long & Foster. View the official press release below.Chantilly, Va., September 3, 2009 — P. Wesley Foster, Jr. chairman of The Long & Foster® Companies announced today that Jeffrey S. Detwiler (47), has been selected as the new president and chief operating officer. The Long & Foster® Companies is the parent company of Long & Foster® Real Estate, Inc., Prosperity Mortgage® Company, Walker Jackson® Mortgage Corporation, Long & Foster® Settlement Services, and Long & Foster® Insurance Agency, Inc. Before joining The Long &…
The Voice of the Triumphant Agent Creig Northrop’s team was the No. 5 team ranked by transaction sides in the LORE/Wall Street Journal 2009 Top 400.
LORE: What challenges do you face today?
Northrop: Certainly we face the challenges of the market and financing arenas. A huge challenge is getting people qualified because of stricter guidelines and the fact that appraisers are stricter on value. It’s challenging to get people confident in the economy and the housing market. Let’s face it; once they do decide to buy they have to jump through 1000 hoops for financing. We’re seeing that financing has opened up a little more. Banks went from giving everyone a loan to giving no one a loan and that was difficult. Now, we’re in the right direction, we’ve got…
- Tour Toll Brothers’ Model Home at Patuxent Chase
- Get advice from Creig Northrop, leader of Maryland’s # 1 Real Estate Team, on how to sell your home in today’s market.
- Be there as The Northrop Team unveils their New Guaranteed Buy Programbeginning at 2pm. (Program allows homeowners to purchase new home non-contingent other great benefits.)
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