Century 21 Marrs & Associates
Realizing that customer service is an integral part of its commitment to professional excellence, Century 21 Real Estate LLC has recognized Peggy Smith of CENTURY 21 Marrs & Associates with the CENTURY 21 Quality Service Producer award.
This national award is presented annually to those CENTURY 21 System members who receive a minimum return rate of 30 percent on their post-transaction client satisfaction surveys sent between Jan. 1 and Oct. 31, with a minimum satisfaction index of 85 percent. Surveys are e-mailed to all customers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home through a Century 21 System office.
“The Quality Service Producer Award is an integral part of the Century 21 System’s commitment to excellence and recognizes Peggy’s dedication to continuously exceeding the service expectations of her clients,” said Renee Caperton, broker/owner of Century 21 Marrs & Associates.
Smith has 41 years of experience in the real estate industry and has been with the Century 21 System for 15 years. Peggy began working with Bennie Sammons at Town & Country Real Estate for several years and got her broker's license in 1975. Smith added teaching real estate classes at Navarro College in the early 80's.
“Receiving the Quality Service Award allows me to demonstrate even further to my clients that my commitment and dedication to their satisfaction and peace of mind during the real estate transaction is real and taken very seriously,” Smith said.
Century 21 Marrs & Associates is a full-service brokerage located at 715 W 2nd Ave, Corsicana, TX 75110 , specializing in Residential, Farm & Ranch, Commercial and Richland Chambers Lake properties.
RE/MAX of Corsicana
Aric Bonner, Sales Associate with RE/MAX of Corsicana and RE/MAX LakeSide Dreams in Corsicana, has been awarded the RE/MAX 100 percent Club for Top Producing REALTORS®, his Broker Julie Teel announced. The 100 percent Club is reserved for agents closing in excess of $3 million in real estate transactions within a calendar year. The award was announced at the recent RE/MAX of Texas Statewide Convention held in San Marcos this February.
“We’re very proud of Aric for his accomplishments and his ongoing commitment to servicing customers” said Julie Teel, Broker and Owner of RE/MAX of Corsicana & RE/MAX LakeSide Dreams. “He demonstrates attention to detail in every facet of analysis, marketing, and transactions, and his ethic of hard work and diligence on behalf of his clients has generated a very solid and growing business.”
Bonner has been a full-time REALTOR® since the summer of 2010. He moved to Corsicana in 1999 as the Regional Controller for American Pad & Paper Company, and has served on various boards in the community, including as the President of the Board of Directors for the Chamber of Commerce.
“I’m honored in receiving this acknowledgement,” said Bonner. “Customers always come first with me, and with the tools and resources RE/MAX provides, I know I’m capable of giving them the best value in service in achieving their goals.”
A three-year veteran of the real estate industry, Bonner said the RE/MAX convention featured an amazing line-up of education and training. Presenters included renowned seminar coach Tom Ferry, RE/MAX Co-Founder and Chairman Dave Liniger, and the company’s CEO Margaret Kelly. Training curriculum included two MCE courses and a dozen technology, marketing and sales breakout sessions.
Bonner’s office at RE/MAX of Corsicana is located at 806 W 7th Avenue, and he can be reached by calling (903) 654-7561, or visiting www.aricsoldit.com.
Century 21 Marrs & Associates
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