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Deal Realty celebrates 10-year anniversary


Fri, Mar 16th 2018 09:20 pm
Celebrating a decade in business. (Image provided by Deal Realty)
Celebrating a decade in business. (Image provided by Deal Realty)
Deal Realty celebrated its 10-year anniversary with an open house last week at its office at 451 Center St., Lewiston. Clients, family and friends joined in the celebration, and were the first to witness the unveiling of a special logo commemorating the real estate brokerage's 10th year of serving clients and creating fans throughout Western New York.
"Ten years ago, we decided to take a chance. I was going to get my real estate brokers license and start our own business. From sitting at our dining room table by myself and dreaming big, to having a wonderful office on Center Street with 23 licensed real estate professionals and the best office manager anyone could ever ask for, it has been a tremendous journey," broker/owner Tom Deal said. "It got busy quickly and I needed help, so my wonderful wife, Cheryl Deal, and friend, Steve Nawrocki, decided to get their licenses to help. Little did Cheryl know this was going to be her calling, and what she has done with our business is simply extraordinary."
At the heart of Deal Realty's success is its agents.
"The sky is the limit with Deal Realty, a philosophy that encourages agents to strive to be their best, while always remembering that excellent customer service, professionalism and community service is what makes Deal Realty truly the premier company in our community," said Realtors Derek and Dana Fideli of the Deal team. "It has been an honor and privilege for us to be part of this company and experiencing the unbelievable growth and success. We look forward to the next 10 years!"
Deal Realty offers a full range of services to homebuyers and sellers throughout Western New York. To learn more about the company, visit the Lewiston office or online at www.dealrealtyonline.com.
The Deal Realty team.

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