From The Daniel Island News
Business Briefs - February 21, 2013
Feb 20, 2013 - 9:17:09 AM
DANIEL ISLAND REAL ESTATE WELCOMES NEW SALES AGENTSRosie Stieby joins Sally Castengera as an agent at Daniel Island Real Estate. Carey Tipple is joined by her husband Sean Tipple.
Two Sales Associates at Daniel Island Real Estate recently took on new partners and are now working as teams to represent buyers and sellers of residential real estate throughout the master planned island town community.
Longtime Daniel Island resident Rosie Stieby, formerly a Sales Assistant to 17-year Daniel Island Real Estate sales veteran Sally Castengera, is now working alongside Castengera as an agent. The pair met back in 1999 when Sally showed Rosie and her husband the first neighborhoods on the island and sold them their home. Formerly from Ohio, Rosie was among the earliest residents on Daniel Island and has long been an active member of the community, serving in leadership roles for both the Daniel Island Neighborhood Association and the highly-successful Daniel Island Flying Fish Swim Team.
“Sally and Rosie both have a strong work ethic and share an incredible passion for Daniel Island,” said Rick Vale, Broker-in-charge and Vice President of Sales for Daniel Island Real Estate. “Sally has been a model of consistency for 17 years, selling more real estate than anyone on Daniel Island. Rosie and Sally share a wonderful working relationship and a desire to always do the right thing for their clients – they make an excellent team.”
Also joining Daniel Island Real Estate is Sean Tipple who, alongside Carey Tipple, is part of a husband and wife team focusing on island residential sales. The couple relocated to Daniel Island from Ohio in 2002 after falling in love with the island town lifestyle during a weekend visit to Charleston for the Cooper River Bridge Run. Carey has been working with Daniel Island Real Estate for more than nine years – three years as an assistant, and six years as a Sales Associate. Sean recently left a 15-year career in mortgage banking to join his wife and form a sales team. The pair bring a strong work ethic and dedication to excellent service to their clients. They started their family on Daniel Island and are now proud parents of two beautiful daughters, with a third child on the way.
“Sean’s background in mortgage banking will be an asset to their team,” said Vale. “Because he is very familiar with the ins and outs of different financing options, he can provide their clients with a unique perspective on the buying process. He and Carey are a dedicated and hard-working team.”
SERMET’S CHANGES UP SUNDAY HOURS
Starting this week, Sermet’s Courtyard will be closed on Sunday evenings. The restaurant will still be open for Sunday brunch and will feature an expanded brunch menu.
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