Zephyr Real Estate Announces First Quarter Awards for San Francisco Offices
posted on June 26, 2017 at 11:18 am
San Francisco, CA – June 26, 2017 – Zephyr Real Estate has released the 2017 first quarter sales awards for its San Francisco offices.
Once again, Tanya Dzhibrailova has achieved the No. 1 spot for Highest Dollar Volume for the first quarter of 2017, coming in at $23.4 Million. She has held the top position for eight of the last nine quarters, and was the Top Producer company-wide for both 2015 and 2016. Tanya was recently ranked No. 120 nationally in the 2017 Rankings of Real Estate Professionals by REAL Trends in conjunction with the Wall Street Journal. She is based at Zephyr’s West Portal office and may be reached through her website at propertiesbytanya.com or by phone at 415-531-6779.
The award for Largest Sale Representing Sellers goes to the Real SF Properties team comprised of Harry Clark, Danny Fernandez Acebo, and Kira Mead at $3.8 Million. Their collaboration provides a comprehensive and distinct range of expertise and professionalism to promote sound real estate investments. The team works from Zephyr’s Upper Market office, and their collective experience keeps them continually in the top producer’s category. They can be reached through their website at realsfproperties.com or at 415-552-9500.
Sherri Howe takes the award for Largest Sale Representing Buyers with an impressive $7 Million. Approximately 85 percent of Sherri’s business comes from referrals by past clients and friends. Because her success depends upon satisfied clients, she is dedicated to providing a positive and beneficial real estate experience each and every time. She works from Zephyr’s Noe Valley office and may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.649-4664.
“Zephyr agents are among the most successful in the Bay Area and even across the country,” commented Randall Kostick, President of Zephyr Real Estate. “Tanya, Harry, Danny, Kira and Sherri are fine examples of committing to and achieving excellence in their craft.”