Richelle Schunatz has been added to The Holden Agency’s growing team of agents.
Richelle (Smart) Schunatz is a lifelong resident of Richland County. Graduating from Plymouth High School, she furthered her education by attending Ashland University (Nutrition and Wellness), North Central State College (Early Childhood Education, Business), and Hondros College (Real Estate). Richelle has a passion for real estate, as an investor herself (along with much of her family). She has been in real estate just shy of 15 years. Richelle owned and operated Clique Boutique, which was opened from 2012-2015, where she made primitive home décor.
The Mansfield area’s premier high school basketball showcase tips off this weekend as the Richland Source NOL-OCC Challenge gets underway Saturday at Shelby High School. The two weekend event is back for a second year, growing this year to feature 24 boys and girls teams from 12 different schools. The Holden Agency is proud to be sponsoring this year’s event and promoting activity and teamwork to our local youth.
This morning marked the 3rd Annual 10 Under 40 Awards from Richland Community Development Group (RCDG) held at the Carriage House at Kingwood Center. We are whole-heartedly humbled and excited that two of our own, Jerry Holden & Jessica Gribben, were recipients of this prestigious award.
Fredericktown, Ohio is home to satellite office for The Holden Agency
The continued growth of The Holden Agency has led to the opening of an office located at 25 North Main Street in Fredericktown, Ohio. This new location offers clients within the mid-Ohio area a convenient location to meet and discuss their needs and real estate transactions with The Holden Agency agents.
Jessica Gribben, real estate agent of The Holden Agency comments, “At The Holden Agency we’re constantly looking for ways to practice real estate in a better way for our clients. Whether that’s adopting new technology to streamline the process or meeting people where they are, such as this location in Fredericktown.”
Another agent of the Holden team, Scott A. Young, adds “The technological advances that The Holden Agency utilizes throughout the real estate process gives home buyers and sellers in the Knox County and the surrounding areas a new real estate brokerage to consider. Additionally, joining the real estate professionals at the Knox County Board of Realtors expands my access to provide the most current information to my clients on the real estate market.”
The Holden Agency is dedicated to working as a team and to put client’s needs, first. “We’re committed to providing the best experience possible and serving our clients in such a way that they truly feel special and valued because they are!” says Gribben.
“Our company is growing rapidly in the state of Ohio,” Young comments, “and I’m thrilled to help grow The Holden Agency into the Knox County region. We’re excited to serve the needs of the area’s current and future residents!”
Deborah was born and raised in Shelby, Ohio. She attended Shelby City Schools before graduating from ECOT. She attended Kaplan University for Early Childhood Education and has been working in the childcare field for the past 5 years. Deborah discovered her love for real estate during her recent home buying experience and then decided to attend Hondros School of Real Estate to obtain her real estate license. She’s excited for this journey and is looking forward to helping others find their dream home.
The Holden Agency has been nominated for Small Business of the Year 2016 by Richland Area Chamber of Commerce!
We are very humbled and honored to have been nominated. It is because of you, our customers and friends as well as our dedicated team, that we are able to make an impact on our community and continue to flourish as an agency. It’s a pleasure to be represented alongside so many other strong local businesses that are doing great things in our area. Thank you!
Richland Area Chamber of Commerce will announce the finalists at the end of October and the winners will be announced at the Small Business of the Year Awards Luncheon on November 18th.
Photo courtesy of Richland Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook.
Imagine passing through a set of gates and entering a community unlike any other around it. The streets are quiet and peaceful. Around each corner, an architectural display of luxury homes await. Some are grand structures with lush lawns. Others look as natural to the environment as the trees which surround them. Some share nothing more than a mailbox and a glimpse of a driveway leading into the woods, leaving the home at the other end to the imagination. Private tennis courts await use for a friendly match. The swimming pool is quiet and ready for the next visitor. The experience is a true departure from the city which surrounds it. No, this isn’t a golf community in Florida, nor a vacation getaway in the Carolinas. This is Stonegate Woods, a gated subdivision in Ohio where luxury living in the Midwest is enjoyed at its finest.
Doug Potts was born and raised in Shelby, Ohio and graduated from Shelby High School. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Morehead State University and a Master of Education Degree from Ashland University. For the past thirty years, Doug was a teacher, coach, technology coordinator and administrator in public education.
The Holden Agency has been featured on Inman.com, a subscription-based independent real estate news provider that offers industry specific news and trends, highlighting the agency’s disruptive real estate approach and its non-competing philosophy. Jerry spoke with Inman about the various ways in which The Holden Agency operates to the beat of their own drum, from hiring, training, daily operations and event hosting.