For the fifth consecutive year, Realty Executives Northern Arizona has been voted as the Top Residential Real Estate Brokerage in the annual “Best of Business” rankings by Quad Cities Business News. The Northern Arizona brokerage has served the Greater Prescott area for over 13 years and is among the most productive real estate agents in Northern Arizona.
With eight offices and over 150 real estate professionals, Realty Executives Northern Arizona is continually recognized nationally and locally. In 2017, the brokerage was recognized by RisMedia in the “Top 1,000 Power Broker Report.” For years, they have been number one in sales volume and market share for the Greater Prescott area.
Realty Executives Northern Arizona, with 9 offices and more than 150 real estate professionals throughout northern Arizona, is Realty Executives International’s Brokerage of the Month for November 2017.
Led by Broker/Owner Don Bonnell and Managing Broker Cynthia Yannitelli, Realty Executives Northern Arizona offers expertise to buyers and sellers throughout Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey, Chino Valley, Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Verde Valley, Payson, and cities throughout central and northern Arizona.
The firm has gained both national recognition by leading industry publications as well as the vote of local patrons. In November, Realty Executives Northern Arizona was again named “Best Realty 2017” by Quad Cities Business News. 2017 marks the fourth year in a row the brokerage has received the distinction, which is based on a vote from the readers of the Quad Cities Business News, which serves Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey/Humboldt and Chino Valley with news about local business, health care and education. Continue reading
RISMedia just announced the top 1,000 Power Broker firms in the U.S., and seven Realty Executives brokerages ranked among the best of the best. RISMedia’s Top 500 Power Broker Report based on 2016 sales volume was released earlier this spring in Real Estate magazine. The Top 1,000 Power Broker report ranks firms by both 2016 transactions and sales volume. In addition to the rankings, the report paints a clear picture of how the leading brokerages across the country are both setting and adjusting to trends, while gearing up for a low-inventory environment. Continue reading