As we celebrate United Country’s 85 years of heritage this month, we can’t help but take note of the other exciting things that happened in 1925, the year United was founded by Roscoe Chamberlain.
For example, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, In Our Time by Ernest Hemingway, An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser and
United’s founder, Roscoe Chamberlain, had a generous spirit that was recorded in many stories in the company’s record books. One story, however, was so monumental that it caused a national media frenzy.
Chamberlain was so proud of United Farm Agency’s accomplishments and so full of gratitude to the many loyal customers who contributed to the company
In 1925, Roscoe Chamberlain founded United Farm Agency with the mission of providing city dwellers a “roadmap to the country.” As a means of introducing country real estate for sale to potential city buyers in an age when travel was the only option for research, he created the nation’s first-ever real estate catalog to showcase
United Country Real Estate’s rich heritage began in Kansas City, Mo., 85 years ago this month when Roscoe L. Chamberlain founded United Farm Agency.
Since that time many things have changed for the company, including the name, but many have also stayed the same, including Chamberlain’s original 1925 mission of providing people in urban and suburban
Every week we share a story with you from someone who’s found their freedom with United Country. From buyers to sellers, from brokers to managers – everyone in the United Country family has a story. Today’s post comes from Rich Kruse, auctioneer and president of United Country – Gryphon Realty & Auction Group in Columbus,
During this month’s 61st International Auctioneers Conference and Show in Greensboro, N.C., the National Auctioneers Association (NAA) and National Auctioneers Foundation (NAF) elected new members for the NAF Board of Trustees.
Among the new officers was Mike Jones, CAI, GPPA, president of United Country Auction Services.
In the past nine years, the Foundation has given more than