Century 21 real estate agents honored
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.
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