• 41°

Century 21 real estate agents honored

Century 21

Cathy Griffin of Century 21 Towne & Country was named the top agent in units for the North Carolina region at a banquet in Myrtle Beach, S.C.. She was also recognized at the International Convention in Washington, D.C., for being the #24 agent in the nation for Century 21.

Griffin also received the Centurion Producer Award for Individual Sales Production.

“Cathy is a leader and innovator in delivering powerful home buying and selling choice to her clients because she knows the community she serves,” said Broker/Owner Dianne Greene. “Cathy is a valued and trusted real estate resource for the Salisbury community and a major contributor to the overall success of Century 21 Towne & Country.

Griffin has 24 years of experience in the real estate industry and has been an independent sales affiliate of the Century 21 Systems for 24 years.

Jayne Land and Keshia Sherrill received the Quality Service Pinnacle Award for their ongoing commitment to service. The annual award is based on results from the Century 21 Quality Service Survey which is emailed to consumers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home. To earn the Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Award, an agent must receive completed customer surveys for a least 30 percent of their transactions from Jan.1 – Oct. 31, with an average survey score of at least 95 percent or better for two consecutive years.

“Jayne and Keshia not only provide their clients with knowledge and advice related to their real estate transaction, they also offer them confidence during what may be the most significant purchase of a lifetime,” Greene said.

Jane Bryan received the Quality Service Award for her commitment to providing quality customer service to her clients. “Receiving this award is a great honor and a testament to the focus and attention Jane has committed to her clients in ensuring they understand each and every step of home buying and selling process,” stated Broker/Owner Dianne Greene.

Comments

Local

City approves DOT agreement, Salisbury Station project could begin next year

Local

County plans to use vulture effigy, enforce violations to remedy animal carcass feeding problem

Education

Two weeks after ending enhanced protocols, Catawba has no COVID-19 cases

News

Council to hear revised version of Downtown Main Street Plan

Local

Veto override of NC school reopening bill fails in Senate

News

Political Notebook: Majority of likely voters, local legislators support school reopening bill

Coronavirus

COVID-19 vaccinations in Rowan top positives since start of pandemic

Crime

Man faces drug charges after breaking and entering call

Lifestyle

Waterworks schedules 2021 Summer ARTventures

Crime

Blotter: Man faces drug charges after being found passed out in vehicle

Ask Us

Ask Us: What programs exist for litter cleanup?

Business

County begins accepting restaurant grant applications

Crime

Blotter: Salisbury man charged with nine more felony sex offenses

Nation/World

Biden team readies wider economic package after virus relief

Nation/World

Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new solar wings

Nation/World

Cuomo sorry for remarks aide ‘misinterpreted’ as harassment

Nation/World

Trump calls for GOP unity, repeats lies about election loss

Education

Rowan County administers 700 vaccines, with majority going to local educators

Crime

Shoplifting at Walmart presents challenge for Salisbury police

Local

Commissioners will hear details about changes to solar energy policies

Business

After overcoming obstacles, local barber Daniel King earns registered status

Lifestyle

39th annual K12 student exhibitions go virtual

Business

Biz Roundup: Chamber of Commerce to host ‘Salute to Agri-Business’ at March Power in Partnership

Local

Local legislators back bills ranging from new restrictions on sex offenders to Holocaust education