Creig Northrop Team Expands in Baltimore and Howard County

The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. has expanded its Baltimore City and Howard County real estate offices.

In Baltimore City, The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster has hired ‘City Specialists’ Tiffany and Kelsey Cronin to raise both visibility and sales within this specific marketplace.

Originally from the Baltimore City region and current residents, both Tiffany and Kelsey come from a family of real estate professionals. As ‘City Specialists,’ they will solely focus their sales efforts within the Baltimore City market, including Canton, Fells Point, Federal Hill, Brewers/Butchers Hill, City Center, Little Italy, Harbor East, and Pig Town.

In order to continue to deepen The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster’s success in the Howard County region, the company has hired George Cronin, father of the team’s newly hired ‘City Specialists’, and Stefan Holtz to join the Sales Team as Full-Time Sales Agents.

George is a veteran in the Real Estate Industry with over 31 years of experience and extensive knowledge of the Howard County area. His background includes Real Estate Management and Sales and he is also a Certified Residential Broker (CRB). Stefan has been a licensed agent for over eight years.

“Since the Fall of 2008, we have successfully sold 194 homes within these two regions alone and I am confident that with the addition of our newly hired ‘City Specialists,’ and the expertise and proven track-records of George and Stefan, that we’ll be able to continue to grow our success in these regions.”


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