Business briefs: Colorado Group Realty receives award
April 2, 2016
Steamboat Springs — Colorado Group Realty wins Member Achievement Award
Colorado Group Realty was the winner of a Member Achievement Award presented by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World (LeadingRE), a global community of more than 500 independent real estate firms.
The award was presented at the network's Annual Awards Gala Feb. 25 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. The event was part of LeadingRE's Conference Week, which has attracted an audience of nearly 2,500 real estate professionals from 25 countries.
Colorado Group Realty was named to the Momentum Club, which acknowledges members that dramatically improved their company’s outgoing referral performance from 2013 to 2014 based on a certain increase in closed transactions resulting from client introductions made to other affiliates throughout the network.
"We are thrilled to celebrate the outstanding firms that earned one of our prestigious Member Achievement Awards," LeadingRE President and CEO Pam O'Connor said in a news release. "To earn distinction among the top global firms in the world reflects an extraordinary commitment to performance and excellence."
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"It's been so great working with individuals in other markets, we didn't even realize that we were improving our numbers and are so honored to receive this prestigious award," said Shelley Stanford, broker/owner.
Colorado Group Realty is the Steamboat Springs representative of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, the largest network of locally-branded firms in more than 50 countries producing over $1 million annual home sale transactions.
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