Crissman Commercial Services, Inc. has announced the company merged with Re/Max Commercial.
“While this was the furthest thing from my mind a few years back, meeting David Rendall the owner of the Valencia & Santa Clarita Re/Max offices made it too compelling of an opportunity to not seriously consider,” said Time Crissman, president of Crissman Commercial Services, Inc.” David acquired the commercial franchise from Re/Max for the Santa Clarita market, and we began discussions over a year ago sharing our individual visions and philosophies in both life and Real Estate. Our goals, vision and ideology were amazingly aligned making it an easy decision for us both and the collaboration developed a great friendship and mutual respect along the way.
“Dave’s enthusiasm for the merge was well demonstrated with how quickly and accommodating his team was in organizing the move and designing a unique co-brand that I am proud to be associated with. Also extremely encouraging was how welcoming the entire Re/Max family here in Santa Clarita was upon David announcing this company wide, as the number of calls and emails from Re/Max agents throughout the valley welcoming us has been amazing. Thanks to those of you for making me feel at home and I truly feel blessed to be part of the Re/Max organization.”
The Crissman Commercial Services office Walnut Street location has been moved to to the Sunset Point Plaza office building on the Old Road.
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