Coldwell Banker Caine and Hartness among those honored by Greenville home builders | Special coverage from Greenville Real Estate
Coldwell Banker Caine and the community of Hartness were among the winners of recent Bridge Awards presented by the Home Builders Association of Greenville.
Coldwell Banker Caine was recognized as the Sales Team of the Year at the event, which celebrates individual and corporate achievement in 2020, and recognizes excellence and professionalism in the new construction real estate industry. . Several houses built by Hartness Construction were also honored.
Great Southern Homes sales and marketing partners Coldwell Banker Caine took home the award for Best Kitchen for Braemar Knoll Azalea Floor Plan and Best Social Media Campaign for their #FeaturedNequarthoodFriday.
LS Homes, a partner of Coldwell Banker Caine BLUE – the company’s rebranded new home division – won Community of the Year (under $ 500,000) for Chelsea Townes at Hollingsworth Park in Verdae. BLUE partner, Stoneledge Luxury Homes, took home Community of the Year (over $ 500,000), Best Exterior and Kitchen for Brownstones and Best Outdoor Oasis for Le Jardin.
In addition, several Coldwell Banker Caine agents have been recognized for their production in new home sales. Tricia Bradbury, Greg Lawrick, Amy Kemper and Ashley Maddox received the Million Dollar Circle Award in the $ 1 million to $ 5 million category; Chelsi McCoy, Tracy Kiker, Melissa Jones, Dave Beech, Norell Mitchell Grissett and Hunter Hurst received the Million Dollar Circle Award in the $ 5-10 million category; and McCoy was named New Home Sales Agent of the Year.
Meanwhile, Hartness’s Jasmine Cottage took home the award for Best Overall and Best Kitchen in the Custom New Home category, while The Magnolia took home the top overall in its Custom New Home category, in more the better bathroom. Both houses were designed by Lew Oliver.
Cliffs Realty enjoys a great first trimester
Cliffs Realty totaled $ 43,693,975 in sales in the first quarter of 2021, the Travelers Rest-based company said. That total represented 78 transactions and an 85% increase in volume from the same period in 2020. 53 additional sales for $ 33,791,999 are currently pending across the seven communities of The Cliffs portfolio.
âWe have seen real estate demand from private clubs climb to record levels since the start of the pandemic, and this momentum continued until 2021,â said Rob Duckett, president of The Cliffs. âBuyers continue to seek primary and secondary residences that offer privacy as well as proximity to great amenities and outdoor activities. We anticipate further growth as new products become available through The Cliffs and more buyers are looking for lake and mountain homes to enjoy year round. “
The Company’s Lake District, which includes the Cliffs of Keowee Falls in Salem, the Cliffs of Keowee Springs in Six Mile, and the Cliffs of Keowee Vineyards in Sunset, saw the largest increase in volume with $ 17,731,000 in sales during of the first trimester. This represented 37 transactions and a volume increase of 345% compared to the same period last year.
In the company’s mountain region, which includes the Cliffs of Glassy near Landrum, the Cliffs of Mountain Park near Marietta, and the Valley of the Cliffs near Travelers Rest, Cliffs Realty closed 28 deals for $ 19,999,650, which represents a 182% increase in volume compared to 2020.
In the company’s Asheville area of ââNorth Carolina, which includes The Cliffs at Walnut Cove, Cliffs Realty completed 13 transactions for $ 5,963,325.
NAI Earle Furman announces deals
Greenville-based commercial real estate company NAI Earle Furman has announced several transactions, including leasing 40,000 square feet of industrial space in Easley.
Hunter Garrett and John Staunton of NAI Earle Furman represented owner Easley SC Warehouse in leasing the space from Questar Solutions. In Greer, Clay Williams, Grice Hunt, Ford Borders and NAI’s Will Coker, Earle Furman, represented owner RP Buncombe Road by leasing 25,000 square feet of industrial space.
In Spartanburg, Katherine Fulmer represented owner Live Well Rental and Services by leasing 8,000 square feet of proprietary property from the Tristan body repair shop; and Dan Dunn and Kevin Pogue represented owner South Avenue Partners in the lease of 14,841 square foot industrial property to JES Columbia.
In Greenville, Keith Jones, McNeil Epps and Garrett represented owner Citisculpt by leasing 5,239 square feet of office space from Vannoy Construction; and Chris Harrison represented owner Carolina Centers by leasing 3,565 square feet of retail space from Green Lettuce. In Duncan, Bill Sims and Will Freeman represented Duncan Creek and Company in leasing 4,500 square feet of office space to PA Epoxy.
C. Dan Joyner Welcomes Four
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors has welcomed four new agents to its offices across the upstate. The agency welcomed Cory Paul to their North Pleasantburg office, Victoria Duitz to their Simpsonville office, and Lidsey Lowe and Angelo Gianni to their Anderson office.
Paul, originally from the upstate, is a Clemson graduate who previously worked in budgeting for government contracts. Duitz, a native of Simpsonville and a graduate of Withrop, partnered with her father, Dan Wright, as part of the Greenville Sold Wright team. Lowe is a native of Tennessee and an eastern Tennessee graduate who worked 10 years in pharmacy, while Gianni brings 45 years of sales and marketing experience, including real estate sales and investing.
Revitalization Award candidates sought
The Greater Greenville Association of Realtors is seeking nominees for the 2021 Revitalization Awards, which celebrate those who have invested a lot of time and money in a property and seen it have a huge impact on an area of ââthe community. .
Eligible properties include, but are not limited to, single-family residential homes, subdivisions, commercial businesses, multi-family dwellings, public property such as parks and trails, or historic homes or monuments. The registration deadline is July 30. Contact GGAR at (864) 672-4427 for more information.
Agent spotlight and open house ads
Upstate real estate agents can now be featured on the Greenville Post and Courier website, along with free listings for open houses.
Realtors interested in being featured in The Greenville Post and Courier’s Agent Spotlight can submit their information here. The information required includes a short biography as well as contact information. A different agent will be featured each week on the real estate homepage.
Agents interested in placing a free advertisement for open houses can submit their information here. The ads run free for seven days on the Greenville Post and Courier open house listings.