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!