We are so proud to announce that 7 of our sales executives received acknowledgement from the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors® for outstanding sales production for the year 2016. The Realtors® of Distinction award recognizes the top 10% of sales agents in the area.
The Director’s Circle requires an agent to have sold $6,200,000 – $8,100,000 in volume and/or 19.5 – 27.5 sides. Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty had two extraordinary agents in this category, veteran agents Lenora White and Jane Stoney Cook.
The President’s Circle requires agents to have sold $8,100,001 – $11,499,999 in volume and/or 27.5 – 39.5 sides. Ruthie Ravenel, Georgia Nettles and Dan Ravenel qualified for this prestigious category. Ruthie represented the buyers of 14 Greenhill Street, a premier property in the historic district that sold for $2,750,000. Georgia represented the buyers of 92 Tradd Street, an 18th century home South of Broad, that traded for $2,812,500.
The prestigious Executive Circle requires agents to have sold $11,500,000+ in volume and/or 39.5+ sides. H. Middleton Rutledge and Casey Murphey, consistently top agents for the company, qualified for this award. Casey represented the owner of 14 Rutledge Avenue, which sold for $2,325,000 and went under contract in a mere 6 days. The impressive 2602 Palm Boulevard on the Isle of Palms sold for $3,800,000. Middleton represented the new owners of this impeccable beach house.
We would like to extend our congratulations to all of our dedicated agents that qualified for the 2016 Realtors® of Distinction award and wish them continued success in 2017!