Engel & Völkers South Charlotte was named one of Charlotte’s fastest growing companies by the Charlotte Business Journal. Engel & Völkers South Charlotte is owned by Yuriy Vaynshteyn who also owns Carolinas Metro Realty which was founded in 2006.
“We are honored to receive this award. It is humbling to be recognized for our growth and contribution to the economy,” states Vaynshteyn. “Our commitment to our employees and clients shines as we continue to stay dedicated to serving specialized, residential property needs within the area.”
To be considered for the Charlotte Business Journal ranking, companies submitted nominations that included financial performance. Accounting firm CliftonLarsonAllen evaluated the figures provided to determine the rankings. Only those firms with headquarters in the 16-county Charlotte region and revenue of at least $1 million in 2014 were considered. The Charlotte Business Journal determines the winners based on a formula after a CPA review tax returns for the previous three years for each nominee who qualifies.
Carolinas Metro Realty announced its partnership with the international luxury firm Engel & Völkers in September, becoming Engel & Völkers South Charlotte. Yuriy Vaynshteyn, a 25-year Charlotte resident, is the owner and Frances Bryant, a lifelong Charlottean, is the Executive Vice President and Broker-in-Charge of the shop. Additional openings are planned by the brokerage in Lake Norman, South Park and Uptown slated to launch in the next 12 months.
“With a truly booming real estate marketplace, Charlotte is experiencing increased demand for quality service from buyers and sellers drawn in from around the world,” says Vaynshteyn. “Engel & Völkers best aligns with our client-centric culture and will provide access to a global network necessary to best meet the real estate needs of this range of clientele.”
Engel & Völkers South Charlotte provides leading services for buyers and sellers of premier properties in the Charlotte MSA, including the towns of Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius, Matthews, Pineville, Waxhaw and Weddington in North Carolina and Rock Hill and Fort Mill in South Carolina. Charlotte is emerging as a key residential destination for both local and foreign buyers as it offers a diverse range of cultural, restaurant and retail offerings, low cost of living and beautiful lakefront landscapes, gaining the attention of global buyers and a growing population of millennials, who are increasingly attracted to Uptown Charlotte. In addition, buyers are also drawn to the area as one of the nation’s key centers for Fortune 500 headquarters, including Bank of America, Lowe’s, Duke Energy, Nucor, Sonic Automotive and Domtar.
“With significant cultural activities, notable restaurants, family-oriented lifestyle offerings, access to a large international airport and renowned quality of life, Charlotte is truly a large city with small city charm,” says Bryant. “As Engel & Völkers South Charlotte we provide the modern tools and services necessary to ensure Charlotte’s local and foreign buyers and sellers of premier properties receive the highest possible level of service.”
With a long history of luxury property and yacht sales in Europe, Engel & Völkers began its expansion in the North America market in 2014 dedicated to a complete makeover of the concept of real estate service. According to Bryant, “Engel & Völkers has set the bar high for real estate standards in North America. We are devoted to growing this brand in the Charlotte area and based on our past growth patterns which are being honored this year, I know we will succeed.”
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