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(WAKE FOREST & ROLESVILLE, NC – January 8, 2015) – The master-planned community of Heritage in Wake Forest and Rolesville, NC is celebrating 10 years of exceptional new home sales with the 2014 Heritage Hall of Fame. Two new members join 50 other Heritage Hall of Fame agents who have been recognized each year since 2005. Heather Layne of Real World Triangle Living, and Rebecca Ainsworth of Fonville Morisey join the ranks of some of the most prestigious agents in the Triangle, NC region. To be inducted into the Heritage Hall of Fame, agents must have sold a minimum of three homes in the community during the calendar year. Since the start of the program Ammons Development, the developer team behind the top-selling community, has celebrated 90 inductions, often with agents who made the list more than once. In fact, 20 of the Hall of Fame agents have been included at least two years. Jaime McGuire of Coldwell Banker Howard Perry And Walston tops the list with nine years on the list. “We’re proud of the relationships and reputation Heritage has among the real estate community,” says Andy Ammons, president of Ammons Development Group, Heritage developer. “They are a key reason why so many people have discovered all the lifestyle benefits of our community. This is our way of saying thank you each year.” With more than 100 new home opportunities left in the community, Heritage is a prime choice for new homebuyers in the Triangle. For more information about life in the desirable Heritage community, please visit www.HeritageLiving.com. Coldwell Banker Howard Perry & Walston Builder Services manages sales for the community.
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