Modan and Campigno join Weichert

GUILDERLAND — Realtor Emily Modan has joined the Albany office sales team of Weichert Realtors - Northeast Group, and Rachel Campigno is the new office administrator in the agency’s Guilderland office.

A seven-year resident of the area, Modan will assist homebuyers and sellers throughout the Capital Region. She is a member of the Greater Capital Association of Realtors and lives in Schenectady.

A native of the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania, Modan has previous experience with a Weichert affiliate in the Washington, D.C. area. After a family relocation to Niskayuna, she transferred to the Albany office.

“From a young age, Emily was drawn to real estate,” said Peter Staniels, a broker/owner of Weichert Realtors - Northeast Group, in a relase from the company. “She’s a natural for helping meet client goals and works tirelessly to guide them through real estate transactions.”                        

Campigno, a graduate of the Class of 2013 from Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School, will attend Hudson Valley Community College in the fall.

“Rachel is enthusiastic, friendly, and knowledgeable,” said Staniels, in the release. “We are happy to have her on board.”

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