Assist-2-Sell Founders Honored as Real Estate's Most Influential Leaders
Inman News recently included Mary LaMeres-Pomin and Lyle Martin, co-founders and co-chief executives of Assist-2-Sell Inc., in its annual list of the "100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders."
Reno, NV, October 13, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Mary LaMeres-Pomin and Lyle Martin, co-founders and co-chief executives of Assist-2-Sell Inc., have once again been named by Inman News in its annual list of the "100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders." This is the fourth consecutive year that Inman News has recognized LaMeres-Pomin and Martin for their contributions to the residential real estate industry.
"Given the current economic crisis, home sellers need Assist-2-Sell more than ever to help them overcome the challenges of the real estate market while allowing them to hold onto more of their hard-earned equity," say LaMeres-Pomin and Martin. "We're proud to have built a company that has sustained success for so many years while supporting consumers in their home buying and selling needs."
LaMeres-Pomin and Martin started Assist-2-Sell more than 20 years ago, helping to create the "discount real estate" concept. Today, there are more than 450 Assist-2-Sell franchise offices throughout the United States and Canada.
Assist-2-Sell, North America's Leading Discount Real Estate CompanySM, provides home sellers with full brokerage services for a low, flat fee, saving consumers nearly $1 billion in commissions.* Home buyers also have access to a full range of services, including Assist-2-Sell's exclusive listings databases. Entrepreneur Magazine has recognized Assist-2-Sell as a leading franchises and the Wall Street Journal's StartupJournal named Assist-2-Sell one of its 25 "Franchise Top Performers." Assist-2-Sell has also been included in Inc. Magazine's "Inc. 5000," a list of the fastest growing private companies in America. On the Net: www.assist2sell.com and www.a2stalk.com.
*Savings based on statistics since January 1, 2000, for all Assist-2-Sell® offices in North America, compared to paying six percent commission. Six percent used for comparison purposes only. Commissions may be negotiable and are not fixed by law.