BLOOMSBURG - Century 21 Covered Bridge Realty Inc. of Bloomsburg is proud to recognize Realtor Angela Young as the Top Sales Agent and Carla J Farley as the Top Listing Agent for the Fourth Quarter of 2016.
Young had the highest closed sales volume for October through December. She has been a full-time agent since 1987. She has consistently been a multimillion dollar producer year after year and has received the Century 21 Quality Service Award - based entirely on surveys completed by her clients - multiple times. This pas year. Young also earned her CRS (Certified Residential Specialist) designation and PSA (Pricing Strategy Advisor) certification.
Young serves her local Realtor association as the second vice president on the Central Susquehanna Valley Board of Realtors (CSVBR). She also participated in the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors' Public Policy Seminar, business meetings and Triple Play Convention.
She resides in Bloomsburg with her husband, Denny. She has two daughters: Katie, 22 a senior at West Chester University, and Liz, 16, a junior at Central Columbia High School. Two beagles and a yellow lab complete her family.
In her spare time, Young enjoys spending time with family and friends and cheering for the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team.
Top Listing Agent
Farley has been a full-time licensed agent since 1988 and a constant multi-million dollar producer year after year. She has earned her ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), PSA and CRS designations.
Being a veteran Realtor in the Columbia County marketplace and a top producer, she has helped buyers and sellers and their families through the generations assisting parents, grandparents, sons anddaughters. The majority of Farley's clients are past clients and personal referrals, which are one of her greatest accomplishments and achievements. Providing quality service is her top priority.
She is a member of the CSVBR and has served on board committees through the years.
Farley is also very active in her church with Sunday School and community outreach projects with her congregation. She lives in Mifflinville with her husband, Doug, and has two children: Maiah and Colton.