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published on October 6, 2016 - 7:14 AM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate announced Thursday the addition of GoldLeaf Real Estate Properties to its international franchise network, adding California’s Central Valley to the brand’s West Coast presence.


The newly named Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate GoldLeaf, led by owner Anthony Hageman, will continue to serve the greater Fresno, Clovis and Madera markets.

“We’re consistently evaluating key real estate markets and identifying brokerages that embrace forward-thinking business strategies to capitalize on the ever-evolving shifts in consumer behavior,” said Sherry Chris, president and CEO. “We’re confident that Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate GoldLeaf is the right company in this market to evolve with the exciting transformations its communities are experiencing.”

The real estate professionals affiliated with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate GoldLeaf specialize in new home sales, relocation, investors and first-time buyers.

“This is a very exciting time in our marketplace and the most opportune time for us to embark on this brand partnership with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate,” said Hageman. “With our enhanced technological infrastructure backed by an international real estate brand and media powerhouse, we’ll be able to offer the ultimate service experience to the home buyers and sellers in California’s Central Valley.”


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