Special thanks to our team member Peyton Miller for writing this encouraging blog post. Peyton writes: Being nicknamed “the Friendly City,” one would think that in a pandemic people might become decidedly less friendly, but thankfully this does not appear to be true. As a real estate team, we have had the privilege of hearing many stories of neighbors caring for each other. We would like to share a few with you in hopes that you will be encouraged as we have been.
We're excited to introduce you to our team's newest agent, Peyton Miller! She is a Richmond, Virginia, native who has been in the Harrisonburg area for quite some time, and truly loves this wonderful community. Peyton is a Realtor with The Harrisonburg Homes Team, so she helps guide and advise both buyers and sellers through their real estate endeavors. Get to know her heart for collaboration, community, and fun!
We as a Team love and support the Arts Council of the Valley and the work they do to make life more enriched for all of us in Harrisonburg. We recently had the chance to talk with Jenny Burden who was a member of our Team before taking on the role of Executive Director at the Arts Council. Needless to say, she has a special place in our hearts and we're thrilled with the work she's doing for arts in our community.
We couldn't be more thrilled to welcome Katie Warner to The Harrisonburg Homes Team! She is outgoing, hard-working, and has an infectious upbeat personality. Not to mention that her previous work experience makes her an excellent professional addition to our Team. We're so excited to have her on board and we want you to get excited too... so read on to get to know Katie a little better.
On November 8th, a crowd of ladies and gents will gather at the JMU Grand Ballroom for a classy evening of delicious hors d'oeuvres, an exciting ballroom dance competition, and a fun dance party at the 6th Annual Dancing with the Stars of the 'Burg.
Tim Peters, Chief Operations Officer and Auctioneer at Cottonwood Auctions, and his techie friend, Andy Harbick, who has experience building software for companies like Amazon and Rosetta Stone -- both local Harrisonburg residents -- have developed the first-ever (genius, really) mobile bidding app. It's called BidWrangler, and it allows folks to bid on auction items from their smartphones.