Grand County Real Estate: United Country – Real Estate Central named no. 16 in the nation
United Country Real Estate, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., recently announced that United Country – Real Estate Central of Granby has achieved the company’s Summit Club Silver award for 2007. Real Estate Central secured the no. 16 national ranking among more than 700 United Country offices coast-to-coast, as well as the no. 6 ranking in the company’s Western division.
United Country also recognized one of Real Estate Central’s sales associates for his individual sales accomplishments in 2007. Kent Allen earned the Pinnacle Gold Award.
In addition to their recognition for outstanding sales achievements, United Country – Real Estate Central received a Listing Proficiency Award for excellence in listing properties.
“The United Country tools are essential to our success,” said Ray Steinbach, owner/broker. “National advertising, continued training and advanced, useful technology give us an incredible advantage over the competition. Being part of the United Country family, the largest network of real estate professionals specializing in rural properties, we’re able to help both buyers and sellers achieve their dreams and find their freedom.”
United Country Real Estate is the only national real estate franchise system specializing in properties in and around the small cities and towns of America. Based in Kansas City, Mo., the company has been an innovator in rural real estate marketing since 1925. United Country supports more than 700 offices nationwide with a unique, comprehensive marketing program that includes the leading web site in the rural real estate market (www.unitedcountry.com, proprietary real estate catalogs, an extensive buyer database and national advertising of properties to over 90 million homes a week. United Country has been named as a Top 25 Franchise by the Wall Street Journal and among Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500®. In January 2007, the company introduced United Country Auction Services, becoming the nation’s largest integrated network of traditional real estate agents and real estate auctioneers.
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