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RE/MAX Four Seasons Welcomes Deke August to Our Team of VT Realtors

David and Julie Citron, co-owners of RE/MAX Four Seasons, are pleased to announce the addition of Deke August to our staff of licensed real estate agents.

In 1968, while an undergraduate at Trinity College (Hartford), Deke August became a Director of Snare Associates/Dorset Village Properties (DVP), his parents' company. He joined the office full time in 1990 following two decades as a corporate marketing executive with Ogilvy & Mather International. In 2001 Deke purchased the business and became principal broker/owner of DVP.

During his 28 years with the office, August specialized in marketing premium residential properties and large tract management throughout the Northshire. He has advised clients and customers on conservation, protection easements, Current Use programs, 1031 exchanges, sensitive sub-division, Charitable Remainder Trusts and other vehicles promoting investment and innovative oversight of area real estate.

Deke was a founding member of the Dorset Chamber of Commerce, served on the Board of the Dorset Theatre Festival and as food and feature columnist for Dorset Country Journal. He created marketing programs for area businesses and played “saloon piano” at restaurants, weddings, and events. – a hobby since eclipsed by technology and DJ's.

He lives in East Rupert with his sister, Suzanne, in a 1795 farmhouse that keeps them busy and happy.

“I am delighted to be joining RE/MAX Four Seasons”, August says. “Dave and Julie Citron's leadership and team provide the perfect mix of enlightened national exposure and commitment to the community. I will be able to concentrate on client and customer needs while they manage and grow the business.”    

With the addition of Deke, RE/MAX Four Seasons has grown to seven full time licensed agents with plans to add additional agents in the near future.

Contact RE/MAX Four Seasons for all of your Southern Vermont real estate needs!

A Big Year End Congratulations to Julie Citron: 2017 Realtor of the Year

Julie CitronPlease join RE/MAX Four Seasons with a big year end congratulations to Julie Citron! Julie was named 2017 Realtor of the Year by the Vermont Association of Realtors for her extraordinary leadership as both a real estate professional and active member of the community. She received the award during a ceremony held on November 8th at Middlebury College.

Julie is an active member of the South Central Vermont Board of Realtors (SCVBR), helping with toy drives and holiday baskets for families in need. In 2015, Julie served as the organization’s President, leading a revision of the board's policies and procedures. From 2013 to 2014, she served as SCVBR's first Community Outreach Chair, helping launch the board's success in community giving. From 2007 to 2009, Julie served as the organization's "Race for the Cure" Chair and received SCVBR's "Full Plate Award" in 2008. Since 2014, Julie has led the board's involvement in Manchester's Maple Leaf Half Marathon and has also volunteered at the local Habitat for Humanity Resale Store.

In addition to her involvement in the SCVBR, Julie has been in leadership roles with the Dorset Players, the Dorset Parent Volunteers, and has served on the Christian Education Board of the Dorset Church.

Please join us in congratulating Julie!

 

Congrats to Julie Citron: Vermont's 2017 Realtor of the Year

RE/MAX Four Seasons is excited to share the news that the Vermont Association of Realtors has chosen Julie Citron, our owner / broker, as its 2017 Realtor® of the Year!

The award is given annually to the Vermont Realtor® who demonstrates extraordinary leadership as both a real estate professional and an active members of their community.

On top of managing our growing business and helping find her clients buy and sell their homes, Julie is actively engaged as a member of the Manchester and Dorset communities.  Julie served as the South Central Vermont Board of Realtors® (SCVBR) first Community Outreach Chair.  Over the past several years, she has lead the SCVBR’s holiday basket and toy drives, acted as the chair of the Race for the Cure and was named the Full Plate Award recipient for her volunteer contributions.  She has also volunteered for the Maple Leaf Half Marathon, our local Habitat for Humanity Resale Store, the Dorset Players, the Dorset Parent Volunteers, and on is the Christian Education Board of the Dorset Church.

Please join us in congratulating Julie!