Real estate firms merge to form Coldwell Banker Lingle

Managing Partner Ron Sweeney stands outside Coldwell Banker Heritage's new office on Yankee Street in September 2017. The firm has now merged with Richmond, Indiana-based Lingle Real Estate Inc. to become Coldwell Banker Lingle.

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Managing Partner Ron Sweeney stands outside Coldwell Banker Heritage's new office on Yankee Street in September 2017. The firm has now merged with Richmond, Indiana-based Lingle Real Estate Inc. to become Coldwell Banker Lingle.

Coldwell Banker Heritage based in Dayton merged with Lingle Real Estate Inc. in Richmond, Indiana.

The merger creates Coldwell Banker Lingle.

Paul Lingle, son of Bill Lingle, who started the company n 1959, will continue to manage the sales and operations of Coldwell Banker Lingle, according to a release sent Thursday night.

This is the 50th anniversary year for Coldwell Banker Heritage.

Both real estate firms have been top in their market for decades.

Coldwell Banker Lingle will be supported by Coldwell Banker Heritage’s marketing and technology resources, and Coldwell Banker will gain a presence in Wayne County and eastern Indiana where Lingle Real Estate has long been the most trusted name, the release stated.

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