RISMEDIA, April 2, 2007-HÔM Real Estate Group has been selected as an exclusive affiliate of Christie's Great Estates, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Christie's International plc, the world's oldest fine art auction house. Through HÔM Real Estate Group, Inc., buyers and sellers of high-end real estate in Newport Beach, The Newport Coast, Laguna Beach, Shady Canyon, and other high-end coastal areas now have access to the combined marketing efforts of Christie's and Christie's Great Estates.
Christie's Great Estates is the largest international luxury network of real estate brokers specializing in the marketing and sales of high-end properties. This network of carefully selected real estate firms includes more than 650 offices and approximately 20,000 sales associates in more than 35 countries.
"We are very pleased to have HÔM Real Estate Group in Newport Beach, California as our exclusive affiliate, said Liz Anderson-Fitzgerald, vice president of the Western Region.
"Although the company is only two years old, their leadership and sales associates are seasoned luxury real estate top producers who exemplify the Christie's Great Estates standards of quality and integrity."
"We feel honored to have been selected as a member of the Christie's Great Estates network," remarks Broker Manager, Cari Young. "The brand has come to be synonymous with quality and integrity, two of the guiding principles on which HÔM Real Estate Group was founded. As a result of our affiliation with Christie's, we are able to offer our clients the international marketing exposure that can only be provided by Christie's Great Estates and their relation to the world's leading art auction house."
Young adds, "Christie's worldwide exposure will compliment the unique and specialized marketing programs that HÔM Real Estate Group utilizes to provide our clients with the ultimate in professional representation."
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