Elite Realty Livonia Launches Program to Donate to Multiple Charities
DETROIT, MICH., March 20, 2014 – Elite Realty is putting their words of community service into action….again. They have just launched The Buyers Choice Program. Elite Realty will have a donation sent to any non-profit organization ie youth sports program, place of worship, or charity of their choosing at closing of the buyers new home purchase.
Elite Realty is currently involved in various give back events such as Veterans Projects that help both active duty overseas troops and in patient and homeless Veterans at the Ann Arbor VA Hospital.
They also are signed up to run marathons in the summer and raise donations for various charities
such as St. Jude’s and local Detroit based charities. This program will give Elite Realty the ability to reach even more charities and local community based programs and hopefully even help some children be able to participate in sports programs their parents may not have had the funds to enroll them in otherwise.
Broker and Elite Realty Owner Trisha Dork says:
I love having a company that is big enough to serve many clients but small enough to really care and show it. We are always looking for ways to show we
are a different company and this idea came up and we really loved it. The chance to make home closings not only help the family buying but also the community is exactly what Elite Realty is all about. Giving back and caring about people.
About Elite Realty Elite Realty was started by broker Trisha Dork and her partner Andy Boryszczuk who have over 20 years’ experience between them. Elite Realty has over 30 specialized agents, knowledgeable in homes throughout Southeast Michigan, in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston, and Washtenaw Counties. Elite Realty assists buyers and sellers in meeting their real estate goals. Elite Realty prides itself on personal service, open communication, and being active in the communities they serve. For more information, please call (734) 513-2166, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.eliterealtymi.com