Plus: Bethesda legal professional launches subscription field; RTR Pilates opening pop up store in Potomac
By Dan Schere
Nurit Coombe, left, and Alex Martinez
RE/Max Elite Companies affiliating with new agency
The actual property brokerage RE/MAX Elite Companies is leaving RE/MAX and affiliating with The Company – an actual property brokerage agency based in Los Angeles. The brokerage’s workplace can be based mostly in Bethesda.
RE/MAX Elite Companies introduced the transition in a press launch this week.
The agency is led by Nurit Coombe and Alex Martinez. Its 30 brokers offered greater than 500 properties value $220 million in gross sales quantity final 12 months, in response to the press launch. This 12 months, the agency is on tempo to have greater than $300 million in gross sales.
Coombe stated within the press launch that the brokerage will set up an workplace in Bethesda.
“The time is true for us to mix our progressive methods with The Company’s highly effective branding and advertising prowess and to create one thing that the D.C. market has by no means seen earlier than,” Coombe stated within the press launch.
Coombe has been in the true property trade since 2001 and has held a number of management positions, the press launch said.
The Company CEO Mauricio Umansky stated within the press launch that the corporate is “happy to associate with esteemed actual property veterans.”
“Nurit and Alex caught our consideration with what they’ve been capable of obtain in Washington, D.C., and we all know that they are going to be nice stewards of The Company model and tradition,” he stated.
Bethesda legal professional launches subscription field
Tracey Coates, an legal professional with the Bethesda agency Paley Rothman, has launched a month-to-month subscription field known as Time 4 Mother.
Time 4 Mother is a “month-to-month curated life-style expertise” for moms, in response to a press launch. Every month, subscribers obtain a shock “enjoyable field of thoughtfully curated gadgets.”
Time 4 Mother additionally affords on-line companies that embody a Fb neighborhood for different moms, digital joyful hours, ebook membership conferences, and trainings to “encourage private development.”
According to the website, Time 4 Mother is offered for $44.95 monthly, $125 for a three-month subscription and $449 for a 12 months, which incorporates two free months.
RTR Pilates opening pop-up store in Potomac
RTR Pilates, a sequence of studios within the Washington, D.C. space, is opening a retail pop-up store at its Potomac location.
RTR proprietor Reina Offutt wrote in a Fb message to Bethesda Beat that for the reason that starting of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pilates portion of the enterprise has been working on a “small scale.”
RTR is launching a retail pop-up store within the meantime that provides athleisure put on, males’s put on and present gadgets, amongst different choices, she wrote.
The Potomac store, at 9812 Falls Highway, will function from Nov. 9 via the tip of the 12 months, in response to a press launch. Clients should make an appointment.
Clients will get free Champagne, the press launch said.
Montgomery County unemployment fee was at 6.6% in September
Montgomery County’s unemployment fee was at 6.6% in September, in response to figures launched by the Maryland Division of Labor.
The county’s fee dropped 0.3 proportion factors from its fee in August and has dropped steadily since Might, when the speed was 9% — two months after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Montgomery County’s fee was lower than Maryland’s statewide unemployment fee in September of 6.9%, and much under neighboring Prince George’s County’s fee of 9.1%.
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