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January 22, 2013

Business briefcase

J Barrett agents tops in Gloucester

J Barrett & Company, an independent real estate company, recently announced that the team of Ann Olivo and Christine Moore are ranked No. 1 among real estate agents for 2012 in Gloucester and Rockport, according to MLSPIN.

The Top 10 list covers 2012 (from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31) for “Total Sales Volume” and “Total Solds.”

The team of Olivo and Moore sold 13 “units” and were the brokers of record on both sides of 14 transactions. They have consistently ranked among the Top 20 producers since the company was established six years ago.

“Obviously I’m very excited about this accomplishment but I’m not surprised,” said Jon Gray, president, in a statement. “Ann and Chris are outstanding brokers who exemplify our commitment to serving our clients. They are well respected real estate experts who are extremely knowledgeable about this area and they do their jobs exceptionally well.”

“Regardless of the economy, appropriate marketing — and yes, that includes pricing — is the key to success,” said Olivo in a statement. “Because today’s market is so fluid, our goal is to stay ahead of the curve.”

“Constant vigilance is part of the process,” added Moore. “We pay attention to what is selling, then determine why a property sold, and share that information with our clients so we can fine-tune our plans.”

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