Almont DDA hosts Jan. 21 ribbon-cutting ceremony


ALMONT — Recently relocated to downtown Almont, Century 21 AAA North’s office is now operating at 126 S. Main St.

To acknowledge the move downtown, the Almont Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the business this Friday, Jan. 21 at 1 p.m.

The Almont Century 21 AAA office is staffed by experienced associate brokers Carolyn Plunkett and Hollie Miller, who specialize in serving customers interested in selling or purchasing homes and properties throughout the area.

Carolyn Plunkett has been helping local families with their real estate needs since 2003, and prides herself on getting the best prices for both buyers and sellers.

She said most of her business is from past clients who want to work with her again, and from the referrals of past clients, friends and family.

Hollie Miller started out as an accountant for a multi-faceted construction and development firm, and then assumed similar duties in the automotive industry.

After discovering that her true passion was in real estate, Miller obtained her real estate license in 2016, bringing along her previous experience in construction and restoration to create the best outcome for her clients.

Miller said her goal is to find and create a real home that best fits into the client’s needs and personal lifestyle.

The owner of Century 21 AAA North is Charles “Chuck” Reaume, who has been a real estate brother for 45 years.

He started out in the 1970s as an independent broker as the owner of Frontier Real Estate, and purchased a Century 21 franchise office in 1995.

He currently owns Century 21 AAA North, which consists of four offices.