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Prudential Select Properties Named 16th Largest Female-Owned Business in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – Prudential Select Properties, a provider of residential real estate services to the greater St. Louis area, has been named the 16th largest female-owned company in St. Louis.

The three women who share ownership of Prudential Select Properties, Maryann Vitale, Deb Colburn, and Angie Ignatowski, are all very excited to receive word of their latest achievement.

“This is an honor our entire company takes a lot of pride in,” said Maryann Vitale, Owner and CEO of Prudential Select Properties.

The team attributes their teamwork and sense of leadership to the success that they have continued to enjoy in their business. “Our commitment to strong leadership and excellence has allowed us to continue to grow over the last year,” remarked Vitale. “We feel we are poised for an even better year in 2014.”

The company experienced a very busy and successful year in 2013. From opening a new location in Clayton to the initiation of several new programs, Prudential Select Properties is proud of all their previous accomplishments and looks forward to another successful year serving residents in the Greater St. Louis region.

Formed in 2002, Prudential Select Properties has 10 offices in the St. Louis Metropolitan area, representing over 500 agents. They specialize in St. Louis, St. Louis County, St. Charles, Jefferson County, and Lincoln County real estate, and they strive to find their customers the best homes for sale in the Greater St. Louis area.

Prudential Select Properties ranks as the No. 1 locally-owned real estate firm in St. Louis and also ranked as No. 24 in the Prudential Real Estate Services national network, No. 3 in the St. Louis Business Journal Book of Lists of Top Real Estate firms, No. 2 in real estate transactions recorded by the St. Louis Association of Realtors, and is in the top 20 percent of real estate firms nationwide.

For more information, please call Prudential Select Properties at (314) 835-6000 or visit them online at www.DiscoverStL.com.


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