Boyer Territory opens new office


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Members of Berry Territory and the Highland County Chamber of Commerce are shown at a recent ribbon-cutting at 957 N. High St. in Hillsboro.

Members of Berry Territory and the Highland County Chamber of Commerce are shown at a recent ribbon-cutting at 957 N. High St. in Hillsboro.


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Boyer Territory held its grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location 957 N. High St. in Hillsboro.

The business began in the fall of 2015 and grew to a brick and mortar building in spring of 2018.

Boyer Terrotory’s goal is to serve the community and the new location puts them right in the heart of it. Owner Kim Boyer was previously the president of the Highland County Board of Realtors and likes to stay involved at the local level. She completed her training as a military relocation professional in February of 2018 and said, “Thank you for allowing me to serve those who serve our great country!”

All of the Boyer Territory team are current members of the Southern Ohio Board of Realtors, as well as the Ohio and the National Association of Realtors. This allows them to stay on the cutting edge of the latest real estate information. Current team members include Kelsey Satterfield, Donella Hildebrant, Rachel Cumberland and Melissa Travis.

Boyer would like to thank all of those in attendance at the vhamber ribbon-cutting. Ribbon cuttings symbolize cutting through all that holds you back. Boyer Territory is looking forward to a bright future and to all of the clients it serves.

Call the office today at 937-393-9270 for help with your real estate needs.

Submitted by Erin Sheeley, community relations coordinator, Highland County Chamber of Commerce.

Members of Berry Territory and the Highland County Chamber of Commerce are shown at a recent ribbon-cutting at 957 N. High St. in Hillsboro.
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