Coldwell Banker Premier Reassures Community

    Coldwell Banker Premier Reassures Community

    Mar 23, 2020

    Left to Right: Steve DuBrueler and Stephen Meadows

    Coldwell Banker Premier, an award-winning, industry leader in the Shenandoah Valley has been busy making sure its clients, agents, and staff are prepared to handle the unique situations created by the Coronavirus. The leadership team is constantly assessing the shifting circumstances to ensure proper, measured responses.

    According to founder and CEO, Steve DuBrueler, the company is “open for business and continuing to deliver on our service promise to our clients.” The company has 6 offices and is dedicated to providing “high-tech, high-touch” service to the communities it serves. Coldwell Banker Premier recently hired a new VP of Operations, which has uniquely positioned the company to respond with even more agility to this situation. The company is leveraging technology and training to ensure their agents are able to continue their business safely and efficiently. DuBrueler adds, “There is always a need for trusted advisors to assist with the real estate needs to the region. Our agents are ready, willing, and able to help not only the people of the Shenandoah Valley, but also our fellow agents in need.”

    VP of Operations, Stephen Meadows, an industry veteran in multiple regions, remains confident in the company’s ability to service the needs of the clients and community. “I have consulted with more than 100 different brokerages in my career. Coldwell Banker Premier is one of the most adaptable and flexible companies in the region and is positioned well to ensure that our clients’ needs are met!”

    Coldwell Banker Premier has made the decision to temporarily halt public open houses on their listings, to lead by example and encourage further precautions. They are quick to add that all the company’s success-driven marketing efforts are at full strength. Steve DuBrueler wants everyone to know that “we are closely monitoring this ever-changing situation and will remain nibble and adapt to make changes as is needed to keep everyone safe.”