September 6, 2022 • Bluffton

Hilton Head Island Office Ribbon Cutting

Luxury real estate brokerage Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty celebrated the opening of its Hilton Head Island office on Friday, April 1, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and gathering.

The new office at 23-A Shelter Cove Lane will serve as the island’s gateway to the global Sotheby’s International Realty network of over 1,000 offices in 79 countries and territories. For the growing team of 12 dedicated Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty agents in Hilton Head, the centrally located office is a physical representation of their deep ties to the community. 

“Hilton Head Island has long been a beloved retreat. But factors like the recent increase in remote work flexibility and the desire for year-round outdoor living have put a global spotlight on the island,” said Chief Operating Officer Daniel Ravenel.

“Our agents bring an unmatched local expertise with an elevated approach to service and marketing, producing the highest results and a seamless experience for our clients while simultaneously strengthening the already flourishing market.”

Left to right: Top Producer Ruthie Ravenel, Bluffton Broker-in-Charge Judy Collins, CEO Daniel Ravenel, Savannah Broker-in-Charge Kelli Weis, COO Daniel Ravenel Jr.

Efforts to further engage the community are already underway. Most imminently, the brokerage will have a presence at the annual RBC Heritage at Sea Pines Resort. Chief Operating Officer Daniel Ravenel Jr. said, “This is a relationship business, and we are humbled and incredibly motivated by the warm welcome we’ve received.” 

Noting that Hilton Head Island Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Bill Miles and his team and Hilton Head Association of Realtors CEO Jean Beck were graciously on hand to celebrate the opening. Kinghorn Insurance Group and Fairway Independent Mortgage Group sponsored the event. 

He continued, “The support locally and from our broader Sotheby’s International Realty network reaffirms our conviction that Hilton Head Island is an essential part of our Lowcountry firm.”

Sotheby’s International Realty Vice President of Affiliate Services Geoffrey Hill was in attendance along with Senior Vice President of Global Operations Tammy Fahmi and Retired Vice President of Realogy Corporation Finley Hair.

Both serving the Lowcountry since the early 1980s, Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty and Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty merged in November 2021. The merger united more than 110 elite real estate associates across Charleston, Savannah, Bluffton, and Hilton Head Island under the Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty name. The combined Lowcountry brokerage brought in a staggering $847.75 million in 2021 with their boutique personalized service and high-touch, white glove approach to real estate.

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