CENTURY 21 New Millennium has again been named a Triple Platinum Award winner by the Cartus Broker Network. This is the 6th year in a row that the full service real estate company has earned the coveted Platinum ranking and an unprecedented 4th consecutive year that the organization has earned the ranking in all of its service regions.
Platinum is the highest level of the Excellence Awards presented to principal brokers. Excellence Award recognition is based on performance results related to a wide variety of goals including customer service, cost management, and effective analysis and marketing of homes. The company will receive the award at Cartus’ annual Broker Network International Conference to be held at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in Palm Desert, California March 10 – 13, 2015. Cartus is a worldwide leader in employee relocation solutions.
“CENTURY 21 New Millennium has delivered the very highest levels of results to both its customers and the Cartus Broker Network,” says Gerald Pearce, Cartus executive vice president, Broker Services and Affinity Services. “The Platinum Award has long represented extraordinary accomplishment. To earn this distinction, CENTURY 21 New Millennium has successfully executed a business plan that involves attention to customer needs, understanding of local conditions, and incorporation of best business practices.”
“The Platinum Award represents success in a full-out commitment to excellence in real estate sales and service” says Mary Lynn Stone, President and Co-Owner of CENTURY 21 New Millennium. “Having earned this Platinum ranking in all our service areas speaks to the work that our entire staff has put into making us a successful brokerage. I thank them for their efforts.” According to CEO/Co-Owner Todd Hetherington, “this exceptional recognition is based on the level of service satisfaction we provide our buyers and sellers. We believe our clients deserve the best service available in the industry and this Triple Platinum award confirms that we are giving them what they deserve.”