Business Briefs April 2, 2019
Coldwell Banker Mason Morse recognizes Core Value Award recipients and top producing brokers
Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Real Estate recently announced the recipients of its 2018 Core Value Award and top producers for the past year. The high distinction recognizes the company’s growth and continued standing as Colorado’s top Coldwell Banker affiliate company, as well as the achievements of its agents.
Honoring several brokers who demonstrate the firm’s values of success, collaboration, stability, integrity and service, the Core Value Awards serve to highlight its primary qualities surrounding exemplary client service and workplace engagement, according to a press release. Coldwell Banker Mason Morse agents also accrued a total sales volume of $736 million for 2018 stemming from over 900 sales and lease transactions.
Earning the firm’s peer-nominated Core Values awards were Ingrid Wussow of Glenwood Springs (Integrity), Patty Brendlinger of Carbondale (Success), Alyson Romanus of Aspen (Service), Shael Johnson of Aspen (Collaboration), and Nancy Emerson of Carbondale (Stability).
Earning the awards for top producer were Carrie Wells (transactions and dollar volume, Aspen); Sarah Burggraf (transactions, Snowmass Village); Carrie Bryant (dollar volume, Snowmass Village); The Leslie Newbury & Roshni Slali Team (transactions and dollar volume, Basalt); Mike Eaton (transactions, Basalt); Patty Brendlinger (transactions and dollar volume, Carbondale); and Joy White (transactions and dollar volume, Glenwood Springs).
Earning the award for Top Listing Broker were Carrie Wells (Aspen), Sarah Burggraf (Snowmass), The Leslie Newbury & Roshni Slali Team (Basalt), Nancy Emerson (Carbondale), and Erin Bassett (Glenwood Springs).
Top Rental Broker awards went to Lisa Turchiarelli of Aspen and Bobbi Hodge of Glenwood Springs.
Donovan O’Toole earned Rookie of the Year.
The firm also acknowledged numerous agents in its top 10 percent of sales recognition, including Erin Bassett, Jeff Bier, Bill Blanton, Becky Ciani, Nancy Emerson, Brian Hazen, Leslie Newbury, Roshni Slali, Chris Souki, Carrie Wells, Joy White, Ingrid Wussow, Leah Davis, Mike Eaton, Patty Brendlinger, Chris Lawrence, Gabriella Sutro, Lisa Turchiarelli, Carol Hood Peterson, The Bineau Team of Jim and Anita Bineau, and Donovan O’Toole.
For more information on Coldwell Banker Mason Morse, please call 970-925-7000 or visit http://www.masonmorse.com.
Talavera joins 7th Street Salon
Eddie Talavera has joined the 7th Street Salon. He has more than 20 years of experience, according to a press release. Relocating from Denver, he is artistic, enthusiastic and enjoys all facets of hair design for all ages, the release said.. For an appointment contact him at his cell phone, 970-366-6599, or at the salon, 970-945-8652.
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