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About Brittany P. Shakespeare

Brittany Shakespeare is committed to providing the highest level of customer service and respect to her clients. She started working in the hospitality business while in high school at the young age of 17 as an Accounts Receivable Clerk for the Hotel Carlisle where her training in customer service had only just begun. From there she continued to work to put herself through college at Central Penn where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree with honors, Magna Cum Laude, in Business Administration. After serving 5 years in Human Resources for a large medical company, she made the career change to Real Estate. 

Although new to Real Estate as a career, Brittany is no stranger to the relocation and real estate process. In fact, her father's career in Military Housing and Property Management moved her to 5 different states across the country. She moved to Carlisle in 2005, where she has found her forever home.

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Excess Depreciation

    Costs taken over an above what one is entitled to. This can occur either by claiming depreciation costs exceeding actual depreciable value or by depreciating items that cannot be depreciated. Items that cannot be depreciated include land, since it never wears out, inventory, containers, costs to dem ...

  • Federal Employees Group Life Insurance (fegli)

    Plan administered through a primary private life insurer and reinsured through other private life insurers, providing a death benefit equal to: one year's salary for active employees at least age 45 until they reach age 65; two years' salary for active employees age 35 and under. The death benefit ...

  • Guaranteed Investment Contract (gic)

    Institutional investment sold by life insurance companies that guarantees principal and offers withdrawal flexibility. This conservative investment, which can be used with a corporate qualified plan, became one of the most popular choices in such salary reduction plans as the 401 (k) plan. Many of t ...

  • Lock-in Principle

    Accounting rule found under the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) that prohibits the insurance company from restating assumptions that it made for interest earned, expenses paid, and mortality charges for policies in force. ...

  • Residual Disability

    Inability to perform one or more important daily business duties, or inability to perform the usual daily business duties for the time period usually required for the performance of such duties. ...

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