Celebrating Semonin Realtors’ 100th Year

Semonin Realtors 100 YearsAs the calendar year changed to 2015, Semonin Realtors® reached a monumental milestone, marking its 100th year in business. Reaching 100 years is a rare distinction, one that we embrace with pride, honor, and gratitude.

This company has persevered through 10 decades, 2 world wars, numerous recessions, and one depression. The invention and mainstream use of silent films, talking films, radio, television, VCR’s, DVD’s, the Internet, social media, cell phones, microwaves, fax machines, personal computers, the atom bomb, atomic power and thousands more items came about while our agents and staff were helping people buy and sell real estate.

Service has been the hallmark of Semonin Realtors since 1915, when Paul Semonin Sr. first opened his real estate office in Louisville, Kentucky. From the start, Semonin was known for its dedication to honesty and integrity in serving its customers. It’s a tradition that continues to this day, 100 years later.

As Semonin Realtors® celebrates its centennial, we will reflect on our company’s past and applaud the dedicated and loyal leaders, agents, staff members, and clients who have made this achievement possible. We are proud of the footprint Semonin Realtors® has left on our community over the last century, but our 100th year is more than just an anniversary or a rekindling of history appreciation, it is about continuing our legacy and celebrating something that is truly lasting.

Looking ahead to the next 100 years, much will change in the real estate industry. There will come a day with a real estate transaction is truly “paperless”. The continuous growth our community and our technology will inevitably change how we do business. But one thing that has lasted through our first 100 years and will continue to stay the same through our next 100 years is our dedication to providing exceptional service and our respected reputation for honesty and integrity.

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Posted on January 5, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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