In conjunction with the merger of Fairhope Realty Group, Bellator opens a second office in Fairhope.
Bellator Real Estate & Development announces its merger with Fairhope Realty Group (FRG) of Fairhope, Alabama. This merger will support the growth of Bellator’s residential and commercial sales throughout Baldwin County and along the Eastern Shore.
The current FRG office in downtown Fairhope, which will now be known as Bellator Real Estate & Development – Fairhope Section Street Office, will become Bellator’s overall eighth office and second location in Fairhope. Terryl Reeves, owner of FRG, will handle the new office’s operations as managing broker.
“I, along with my team of former FRG agents, am excited to now be part of the Bellator team. It was important to me to be part of a locally owned and operated company that’s committed to the community, and I found that in Bellator,” Reeves said. “We see increased opportunities to better serve our clients thanks to Bellator’s technology, tools, marketing and agent support, and we’re are looking forward to being a part of its continued success.”
The process of changing office signage, yard signs and other materials to full Bellator branding began last Monday during a new agent orientation held at the company’s home office in Spanish Fort.
“We are fortunate to have Fairhope Realty Group become part of the Bellator family,” Troy Wilson, president of Bellator Real Estate & Development, said. “Terryl has worked hard to build FRG, and it’s an honor that he and his agents have entrusted Bellator with their businesses. Since both of our companies share a commitment to providing excellent service, we knew this merger would be excellent fit, allowing us more opportunities to better serve our agents and clients.”
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