Although her last name is a little bit hard to say, you will find her very easy to work with. Ruth is a long time resident and advocate of Northwest Indiana. For over 25 years she has been helping clients buy and sell in her area.
Ruth Mavronicles entered real estate after a career in the decorating business. Her keen eye for style has helped many buyers find those hidden gems that had potential few others would have seen. Sellers are amazed at, how after Ruth stages their property for sale and buyers are instantly attracted to their homes.
Ruth’s hard work and pleasant personality have endeared her to her clients…
Ruth made me feel confident and most of all secure with every step we took! I have and will refer her to family and friends! We got Ruth’s name from my grandmother. She worked with us over the course of a year, or more, as we got our finances, and job situations together. She was helpful and patient and we are very happy in our new home. We would recommend Ruth to anyone!
Ruth was an absolute joy to work with. She is a big reason why we even purchased that particular home. Ruth is part of the family now!
~ Shelly McAdoo
Ruth provided first-rate service and I will highly recommend her.
~ Sharon Rokoz
Always striving to improve her service to her clients, Ruth has earned her brokers license and has passed rigorous training so that she can handle the unique needs of transferred clients.
She prides herself on being a full-time agent who gives full-time service to her clients who range from first time buyers to seasoned investors in multi-unit buildings. A consistent multi-million dollar producer she has helped hundreds of families make their real estate dreams come true.
Although she has won numerous sales awards, the one she treasures most is a referral from a satisfied customer. Ruth invites you to visit her at her office conveniently located on 45th Street in Highland.
Contact me, Ruth Mavronicles, at 219-922-2323 or by email with questions or to make an appointment.
Pillars of the Community NWI Times November 24, 2013
Last week, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Highland held its second annual Fall Harvest Fundraiser Luncheon in support of Haven House, a 24-hour emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Lake County. Since 1983 Haven House has been providing safe housing, the essentials of everyday living and support services for adults and children with the goal of finding long-term, independent living solutions for each family.
Featuring two delicious homemade soups, the luncheon was enjoyed by more than 75 people who also purchased bake sale items and raffle tickets in support of Haven House. Raffle tickets for the “Treasure Chest” of gift cards – as of the luncheon date there were $325 in gift cards to local businesses with more being donated every day – are available to the general public for $3 or two for $5.
The group is also sponsoring its 18th annual “TOYS FOR KIDS” campaign. In addition to providing toys for the children at both Haven House and CAPES House (emergency shelter for families with children under the age of 18 in Hammond), the group provides gifts to area churches and the Boys & Girls Club.
“I’m really hoping to boost our donations this year,” coordinator Ruth Mavronicles of Coldwell Banker said. “I already have a list of over 20 babies under age of 1 who are in need of clothing, and there are also 20 teenagers that we won’t get many toys for, so in the past we have all pitched in and gone out and purchased clothing for them. We could also use some cash donations to see us through this year. This is the most need I have seen up to now, with the families calling in and most of those kids being babies or teenagers. I’m a little nervous we won’t be able to help some of them.”
Part of the campaign includes sponsoring a coloring contest for some of the local elementary schools and TLC Learning Center in Highland. “Won’t you please join us in helping those less fortunate at this very special time of year?” Mavronicles added. “It feels great!” To purchase a raffle ticket or donate to the “TOYS FOR KIDS” campaign, stop by the Coldwell Banker office at 2166 45th Street in Highland – Monday through Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Ruth and Coldwell Banker have also done fundraising for the Humane Society Calumet. Coldwell Banker continues to be a strong supporter of Ronald McDonald House and several other area charities.