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June 13, 2012

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SuccessBuilder is a three-month intensive training program, which involves in-classroom skill development, online learning sessions, and industry specific field assignments. Designees must also meet specific production requirements, including the closing of three real estate transactions.

Mannarini learned how to best assist both buyer and seller clients in making sound business decisions, sharing industry best practices and current market trends, and the use of cutting edge tools to market homes.

She has also demonstrated expertise in the use of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's transaction management system, HomeBaseSM, which allows clients to virtually access critical tasks and documents associated with their real estate transaction.

"Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is committed to providing our sales associates with the opportunity to build their skills across all facets of the business. The SuccessBuilder program achieves this by providing sales associates with comprehensive, hands-on training experiences," said Pat Villani, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England. "By earning the Accredited Real Estate Professional designation, Sandy is equipped to provide the very best service to her clients."

Mannarini can be reached at the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Londonderry at 434-1000.

Community House Calls receives BBB award

CHESTER — Healthy Homes Today - A Division of Community House Calls, was presented with the 2012 N.H. Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Market Place Ethics in the Small Business Category.

This award recognizes the ethical standards of behavior toward customers, employees, suppliers and communities in which they do business. Honesty in advertising and training programs promoting ethical work habits were also considered.

Community House Calls, which helps seniors and adults with disabilities maximize independence at home, has engaged in helping clients with hoarding issues since its inception in 2002.

CEO and president Ray Mailloux created Healthy Homes Today nearly three years ago and appointed Cynthia McGahan as program director.

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