William Means Real Estate announced that ten of its agents have received acknowledgement from the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors® for outstanding sales production for the year 2018. The REALTORS® of Distinction award recognizes the top 10 percent of producing Charleston Realtors who meet stringent requirements including sales production, completing additional education requirements, and adhering to the REALTOR® Code of Ethics.
Six William Means Real Estate Agents qualified for the Platinum category, which represents the top two percent. This category requires agents to have sold $18,700,000+ in volume and/or 44.5+ sides. Will Dammeyer, Helen Geer, Lyles Geer, Michelle McQuillan, Cindy Shelton, and Kalyn Smythe have qualified for this honor.
The Gold category (top five percent) requires agents to have sold $12,000,000-$18,699,999 in volume and/or 30.5-44 sides. Leize Gaillard qualified for this category.
The Silver category (top 10 percent) requires an agent to have sold $7,900,000 – $11,999,999 in volume and/or 22-30 sides. William Means Real Estate had three agents receive awards in this category: Helen Butler, Etta Connolly, and Martha Freshley.
In 2018, William Means Real Estate sold more than $220 million in Charleston real estate, making it the company’s best year to date. As one of the oldest real estate firms in the area and an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, William Means continues to remain at the forefront of the local luxury market.
“Year after year I am continually proud of William Means agents’ many accomplishments,” said Helen Geer, president and broker-in-charge for William Means Real Estate. “The dedication to Charleston real estate, commitment to their clients’ best interests, and lasting integrity is readily apparent in the talented agents we have at William Means.”
The annual REALTORS® of Distinction ceremony brings the Realtor community together to recognize agents in the Charleston Area. The award ceremony will take place on March 19th at Trident Technical College.
About William Means Real Estate
Founded in 1933, William Means Real Estate is one of Charleston’s oldest real estate companies and an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. Established in 1995, Christie’s International Real Estate is the world’s leading expert on high-end real estate with a network of 1,000 offices in 50 countries worldwide. Helen Lyles Geer has been president and broker-in-charge of William Means since 1999. Since then, the firm has continued to evolve with the latest innovations to remain at the forefront of the area’s real estate market. William Means Real Estate has an office on Broad Street in downtown Charleston and another in Mount Pleasant to assist clients in the East Cooper area. For more information, visit charlestonrealestate.com.