Wednesday, April 23, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
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Team Aldrich joins Allison James Estates and Homes

Jim Aldrich and Danny Benedetto recently announced that they and their team are partnering with Allison James Estates and Homes and opening a new, larger office in Placerville.

James Crumbragh III, CEO, and Matt Crumbragh, CFO — the founders of Allison James — recently flew in from back east to meet the team, and others who are joining their company. Allison James Estates and Homes uses new technology to allow its agents to give superior service to their customers. It is not only the greenest national real estate company, but the fastest growing real estate company in the nation.

Team Aldrich, with more than 100 years combined real estate service in the local community, consists of Brian Peterson, Sam Longwell, Oasis Meggers, Mary Rose Davis and Clint Priestley. Agents Connie Longwell, Kris Aldrich and Sarah Benedetto will continue to offer client and agent support.

Danny Benedetto said that when comparing national companies, Allison James’ fresh new concept just made sense. It cuts out the middle man and puts the commission back in the hands of the agents, to spend back on local advertising and promotions.

You won’t see Allison James wasting money on sponsoring superbowls or race cars. The company’s one priority is to provide service, tools and support to allow agents to service their clients better, and to succeed where others are failing.

Team Aldrich has extended this new philosophy to its new office, where the agents will offer clients the choice from traditional to virtual.

“We have opportunities for quality agents to work in a fully supported team environment,” said Aldrich, “but we are introducing a new concept where agents can lease space and service in our brand new office. With over 3,000 square feet of space in the County Fair shopping center, there is plenty of room for agents that want a private office, semi-private office, personal or shared desk. We allow the agents to work for themselves, but not by themselves.”

Benedetto added, ”Allison James is to the Real Estate industry what the jet engine was to the aviation industry and we are proud to be a part of it.”

The new office at 87 Fair Lane in Placerville will be open for business the Monday after Easter, and the whole team invites you to stop by.

Special to the Democrat

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  • CJ LongwellFebruary 03, 2014 - 11:26 am

    Sam and Connie Longwell work with the NEW Allison James Estates & Homes office in Cameron Park CA and have not be affiliated with the Allison James Team Aldrich in Placerville since the summer of 2013. Connie is not currently a practicing agent.

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