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Tom Coard named manager of Bel Air Long and Foster office

Real estate veteran Tom Coard has been named manager of the Bel Air Central office of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc.

Coard joins Long & Foster with more than a decade of real estate and management experience with his team, The Coard Group. He was previously affiliated with Coldwell Banker's Harford County Regional Office in Bel Air, serving home buyers and sellers throughout Maryland with an emphasis on Baltimore and Harford County.

"I am thrilled that Tom is joining the Bel Air Central office as our new manager and look forward to seeing him build a lasting and rewarding affiliation with the Long & Foster family – a brand that has for more than 40 years helped buyers and sellers with all of their real estate needs. With his years of experience as a successful agent, I know that Tom will excel as he leads the great group of agents in our Bel Air Central office," Cindy Ariosa, senior vice president and regional manager of Long & Foster's Baltimore-Western Maryland region, said.

"Long & Foster is consistently recognized in the industry for having the best-trained, best-equipped agents in the real estate business – which is why this company is home to so many top-producing real estate sales professionals. I am eager to join the team and help grow and advance the sales associates in the Bel Air Central office to their highest possible potential," Coard said.

Coard is a native of Maryland and a graduate of Towson University. He lives in Harford County with wife, Sarah, and their children, Maddy, Jack and Kate.

"We are pleased to announce that Tom has joined our team of highly-trained professionals," Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate, said. "As the No. 1 brokerage in the Mid-Atlantic region, we operate with an agent-first mentality, and Tom recognizes and embraces that philosophy to the fullest. We look forward to the energetic leadership and strong management skills he will bring to our Bel Air Central office."

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