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The Prudential Preferred Properties, Buffalo Grove, announces that Linda Goldman was named the office's top sales associate for 1995. Goldman, who is also a member of the distinguished President's Circle, was honored at the Prudential Preferred Properties awards luncheon in March.

Also honored at the luncheon was Alicia Anderson, the top transaction producer for the third consecutive year. Anderson, along with Terry Dahlem, Andy Ackerson, Scott Schmaren, Cookie Klein and Joni Lucarelli, were named to the Leading Edge Society, which places them among the top 4 percent of Prudential associates across the nation. Steve Kolko was named to the President's Circle, which includes the top 2 percent of Prudential associates nationwide.

Buffalo Grove Prudential Preferred Properties has numerous multimillion-dollar producers, including Cheri Meyer, Roz Morgen, Barbara Helfgot, Bill Murphy, Roberta Katz, Karen Glassberg, Shula Elbaz-Cohen, Margaret Jones, Francine Shapiro, Fonda Lewis and Sara Herman.

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National RealStar Real Estate of Buffalo Grove recognized its top agents for 1995 at the company's annual awards brunch.

Terry Blitz was honored as one of the top 10 selling agents within the Midwest Region of National Real Estate Service. President's Club membership was awarded to Elaine Brody, Paula Carson, Joan Dayton, Val Domain, Barbara Hibnick, Rozanne Kurman and Carol Mayer. …

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