Local realty firm names its top brokers
December 16, 2016
VAIL — Three Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties brokers have been named Top Producers in Colorado within the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network for the third quarter. The Messmer Team, Rick Messmer and Jennie Longville out of the Eagle Ranch and Edwards offices, achieved second place in Colorado for Gross Commission Income, and third place in Colorado for Residential Units Sold. Jeffrey Cloonan, in the Edwards office, achieved third place in Colorado for Total Gross Commission Income.
"This recognition is a testament to the incredible hard work and dedication each recipient gives to their business and to their clients," said Michael Slevin, president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties. "Rick, Jennie and Jeffrey are not only top-producing brokers in Colorado but are leaders in our entire network. Congratulations to them and to our entire team that helps make them successful."
The Messmer team can be contacted at the Eagle Ranch office, or contact Messmer at 970-376-0041 or Rick@bhhsvail.net, and Longville at 970-390-6617 or JennieMarie@bhhsvail.net. Cloonan, in the Edwards office, can be contacted at 970-445-8388 or Jeffrey@bhhsvail.com
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties, which is independently owned and operated, became a member the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brokerage network, operated by HSF Affiliates LLC, in 2013. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties was founded in 1971, has six Vail Valley office locations, 95 brokers and a property management and vacation rental office.
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