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215 S Centerville Rd , Lancaster - PA 17603

About Richard Boas III

Before following in my dad’s footsteps and joining the real estate industry, I spent nine years working for Wilbur Chocolate. For three of those years, I worked as a supervisor, which gave me the opportunity to learn how to manage both people and deadlines; a skillset I still use regularly as a REALTOR®. While at Wilbur, I also had the chance to volunteer with United Way. By giving back to the community through this organization, I found a lot of joy in helping others, and have been trying to pursue that feeling with my clients ever since.

 

Working in real estate gives me a genuine sense of freedom and independence, but also allows me to work with others and help them through one of the most exciting and important times in their life. My dad has been encouraging me to enter into the industry for a long time and I’m happy I finally decided to listen to him.

 

Aside from my career, I love spending time with my wife and son. I’m also a big fan of music and often can be found playing the drums in my spare time.

 

Richard Boas III
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

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