CENTURY 21 Everest Realty Group today announced that it has achieved the distinction of becoming the nation’s top-ranked CENTURY 21 single residential office, based on gross commission income earned by its agents, and finished third nationally for units sold among CENTURY 21 residential offices.
The Utah brokerage was honored for its performance at the CENTURY 21 Global Conference, held this week in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“It is an inspiration every day to work with the Everest Realty Group team, which performs miracles almost on a daily basis,” said George Q. Morris, CEO of CENTURY 21 Everest Realty Group. “This group is made up of tenacious, consummate professionals able to attract high-quality clients, and driven by a true passion for understanding and meeting the diverse needs of Utah homebuyers. These are serious full-time professionals at the top of their profession, not casual part-timers.”
In garnering the top spot among the nation’s CENTURY 21 offices, Everest Group’s 250-plus agents achieved total sales volume of $393,504,669 from 2,083 units sold, both of which ranked first among single Utah residential real estate offices—across all national brands and independent offices, according to the Wasatch Front Multiple Listing Service (WFRMLS) and Real Data Strategies (RDS).
In a highly competitive marketplace, Everest Realty Group far outpaced all competitors in listings sold, maximizing the likelihood of a successful sale for homeowners listing with Everest. According to WFRMLS data, in 2013 Everest Realty Group sold 877 single-family residences from its listing inventory, eclipsing its nearest competitor by more than 280 homes.
The Everest Realty Group achieved these milestones after only four years in existence, surpassing perennial top-performing CENTURY 21 offices in such real estate boom markets as Orange and San Diego Counties in California; Miami-Dade and Orange Counties in Florida; Dallas and Harris Counties in Texas; Loudoun and Fairfax Counties in Virginia; the District of Columbia and surrounding communities.