Top Producing Real Estate Agent Lorraine Treger Joins Keller Williams Legacy

“I chose Keller Williams Legacy because the energy of this office really appealed to me,” said Lorraine Treger, who after 10 years in the industry, joined Keller Williams Legacy - the fastest growing real estate brokerage in Maryland. "I was seeking to grow both personally and professionally. Once I recognized that Vlad Kats and Tina Beliveau can provide the superior motivation and leadership I was looking for, I made the move immediately."

Before entering the real estate industry, Lorraine worked as a recruiter in the marketing industry, placing Marketing Directors, Creative Directors, Account Executives, etc. in new positions. Prior to that, she worked in business development at several advertising agencies. In addition, she has previously taught yoga at several Baltimore area yoga studios including Charm City Yoga, Ojas, and Ahimsa. 

“We’re proud to be in business with Lorraine,” said Seth Campbell, Keller Williams Legacy’s Operating Partner. “Lorraine's drive to grow and her commitment to running her business like a business are the perfect match for KW Legacy, and I am looking forward to watching her reach new levels of success within our models-driven and collaborative environment.”


Tina Beliveau, Legacy’s Co-Managing Director, added: “Lorraine's positive energy, years of expertise, and commitment to her clients is clear to those who know her and are in business with her. I am looking forward to working closely with Lorraine to build her business on the foundational models that have driven the growth of the countless top performers within KW Legacy". 

In closing, Lorraine stated, "Keller Williams has the proven models, systems, and technology in place to help any growth-minded agent reach their business potential. I am excited to use the resources that are now available to me to help more buyers and sellers."

A Baltimore native, Lorraine holds the GRI designation and serves Baltimore and the surrounding areas, with a focus on northern Baltimore County.


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