On the Market: Morris now is a broker for Real Living group
Steamboat Springs — Bill Morris has joined Real Living Professional Group as an associate broker.
Morris is the owner of Morris and Sons Electric, which he and his son, Dale, have operated for 17 years in Steamboat Springs.
Bill and Sandy Morris moved to Steamboat in 1992 from Palm Beach, Fla., and own the Rising Sun Ranch. Real Living Professional Group is at 1755 Central Park Drive and is owned by Mark Fischer and Ralph Cantafio. Call Morris at 870-6090.
Prudential agents claim sales honors in Vegas
Prudential Steamboat Realty had 20 agents recognized for their 2008 sales success in Las Vegas at the annual Prudential Real Estate Affiliates convention last month.
Cam Boyd and Pam Vanatta were named to the Chairman’s Circle, diamond level, for their sales success in 2008. This award recognizes associates who excel in residential sales. Sales associates who qualify for this award place in the top .5 percent of all agents in the Prudential network nationally – a total of 68,000 agents.
Kathy & Erik Steinberg, Charlie Dresen, the Wittemyer Team (Chris Wittemyer and Jim Walters), and the Olson Team (Lisa Olson and Beth Bishop) were named to the Chairman’s Circle, gold level. Sales associates who qualify for this award place in Prudential’s top 2 percent.
Colleen de Jong, Kim Kreissig, and the Small Team (Marc and Audrey Small, and Ali Kovach) were named to the President’s Circle.
Darrin Fryer, Dutch Elting, Cheryl Foote and the Hibbard Team (Molly Hibbard and Robyn Higginbotham) all have been named to the Leading Edge Society.
The Honor Society of Prudential Real Estate Affiliates includes agents who are in the top 12 percent of the network. Prudential Steamboat agents receiving this achievement include: Tom Wilson, Hal Unruh, Carolyn Nickum, Greg Forney, Barkley Robinson, Cindy MacGray and Christy Belton.
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