People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup
Redfin enters N.H. market, Coldwell Banker Linwood opens Weare office … and more
Redfin, the Seattle-based online brokerage has expanded its homebuying and selling services to all 10 counties in New Hampshire.
The firm has Redfin hired industry veteran Mark Callahan to lead the business in New Hampshire. Callahan, who has been in the real estate business in New Hampshire and the Boston area for over 25 years, was broker-owner of The Callahan Company and co-owner of six real estate franchises across Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Coldwell Banker Linwood Real Estate has opened a new office in Weare at 445 South Stark Highway, adjacent to the Lanctot’s Shopping Center and Dunkin’ Donuts. The former residence is a colonial design, built in 1750 with some original details and three fireplaces.
The Weare office serves over 20 surrounding towns. Other Coldwell Banker Linwood Real Estate offices are located in Lincoln, Franconia and Littleton.
Jewett Construction Co. Inc., Raymond, was recently appointed as an official Butler Builder for southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts.
The Kansas City, Mo.-based Butler Manufacturing designs and manufactures metal building systems for commercial construction.
RE/MAX Insight has announced that Salem-based agent Jill O’Shaughnessy has joined the brokerage. She previously worked at Coco, Early & Associates.
The Weston & Sampson engineering consulting firm has named Chris Perkins as vice president and regional manager for its Portsmouth office. In addition, John Sykora III Sampson has been promoted to project manager in Portsmouth and Sam Kenney has been promoted to Engineer II.
SOMMA Studios, an architectural design firm in Portsmouth, will be unveiling a new website, sommastudios.com, on Feb. 14 as part of its #SOMMALove campaign. The new site was built by Boldwerks.