SUSAN COTTRELL, ABR, CRRS, Richmond Real Estate Coldwell Banker Avenues
Susan Cottrell (804) 288-4163 x310 Email Susan
About Susan Cottrell...

 

Credentials
Certified Residential Referral Specialist
Member of Multiple Listing
Member of Virginia and National Association of Realtors
Marketing Degree
Accredited Buyers Representative
Specialties
Professional Guidance and Consultation - No Pressure!
Corporate Real Estate Background

 

Expertise
Condominium Sales
Relocation
Single Family
Richmond Connection to all Neighborhoods
Full Service /Full Time Agent

 

Awards
Distinguished Achiever Gold Award
Coldwell Banker International Diamond Society

 

Specialty Markets
College/University
Luxury Properties
Military Markets
New Homes
Concierge Services
Vacation/Second
Farm & Ranch
Relocation
Retirement
Buyer Representative
Lot/Land
E-Pro
First Time Buyers
Recreational

 

 

About Coldwell Banker...

A Proud Heritage

In 1906, Colbert Coldwell, a young real estate agent, observed families trying to piece their lives together following the San Francisco earthquake. Disapproving of agents who acquired property from vulnerable sellers and resold it at huge profits, and seeing a tremendous need for honest, knowledgeable real estate people, Colbert Coldwell founded his company with a revolutionary philosophy: the customer's best interest above all. In 1914, Benjamin Arthur Banker joined Colbert Coldwell as a full partner. Together, Coldwell and Banker forged a tradition of integrity, exceptional service and customer satisfaction that became the company's hallmark. For 94 years, the Coldwell Banker® organization has been providing exceptional full-service real estate.

For 94 years, the Coldwell Banker® organization has been the premier provider of full-service real estate.

Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation, a subsidiary of Cendant Corporation (NYSE: CD), has more than 3,000 independently owned and operated residential and commercial real estate offices with over 75,000 Sales Associates globally. The company is an industry leader in residential real estate, and in niche markets such as resort, new homes and luxury properties through its Previews® International divisionSM. The company is a pioneer in consumer services with its Coldwell Banker ConciergeSM program and award-winning Web site, www.coldwellbanker.com. Coldwell Banker Mortgage is one of the largest telephone/Web-based lenders in the country and Coldwell Banker Commercial® is one of the largest commercial franchise operations with over 400 affiliates offering clients comprehensive buying, selling, leasing, acquisition, disposition and management services.

 

About Virginia...
 
Viriginia is located in the south-central portion of the United States. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean (E), North Carolina and Tennessee (S), Kentucky and West Virginia (W), and Maryland and the District of Columbia (N and NE).
Area, 40,817 sq mi (105,716 sq km).
Pop. (2000) 7,078,515, a 14.4% increase since the 1990 census.
Capital, Richmond.
Largest city, Virginia Beach. 
Motto, Sic Semper Tyrannis [Thus Always to Tyrants].
State bird, cardinal.
State flower, dogwood.
State tree, dogwood.
Virginia's shores, mountains, mineral springs, natural wonders, and numerous historic sites draw millions of visitors annually. Crowning the hilltops and river bluffs from the Chesapeake region west to the Blue Ridge and adding to the grace and elegance of the Virginia landscape are the classic Greek revival homes and public buildings with their stately porticoes. Major tourist attractions include Shenandoah National Park ; Colonial Williamsburg; and Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial. Other historic points of interest include Appomattox Court House National Historical Park; Manassas and Richmond national battlefield parks; Booker T. Washington and George Washington Birthplace national monuments; Colonial National Historical Park and Jamestown National Historic Site, both on Jamestown Island; and several national cemeteries and battlefields

Virginia has an economy that is highly diversified. Agriculture, once its mainstay, now follows other sectors in employment and income generation. Tobacco, Virginia's traditional staple, is still the leading crop, and grains, corn, soybeans, peanuts, sweet potatoes, cotton, and apples (especially in the Shenandoah Valley) are all important. Wine production is also important; but the major sources of agricultural income are now poultry, dairy goods, and cattle, raised especially in the Valley of Virginia. The coastal fisheries are large, bringing in especially shellfishlargely oysters and crabs.

 

Coal is Virginia's chief mineral; stone, cement, sand, and gravel are also important. Roanoke is a center for the rail transport equipment industry, and a high proportion of the nation's shipyards are concentrated at Hampton Roads , especially in Newport News . Norfolk is a major U.S. naval base, and Portsmouth is a U.S. naval shipyard; Hampton is a center for aeronautical research. N Virginia has become the home of one of the largest concentrations of computer communications firms in the U.S. Other leading industries include tourism and the manufacture of chemicals, electrical equipment, and food, textile, and paper products. Tens of thousands of Virginians work in government, especially in the District of Columbia or in nearby “Beltway” suburbs like Reston and Langley.
 
 
*Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, Copyright (c) 2003.