GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich resident Tamar Lurie was ranked as the No. 1 sales associate for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for 2013.
She achieved the top ranking among the more than 2,200 sales associates throughout Connecticut and Westchester County, N.Y., the brokerage announced.
Lurie also ranked as the top sales associate for sales volume earned in Greenwich in 2013, according to the Greenwich MLS. Lurie has consistently ranked as the company’s No. 1 sales associate in Connecticut and Westchester County.
She will be presented with the Society of Excellence award on April 3 at a special awards celebration at the Mohegan Sun. This honor is the highest award presented by NRT, the parent company of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and the nation’s largest residential real estate brokerage company. Fewer than 1 percent of NRT’s 42,300 affiliated sales associates nationwide receive this award.
“Tamar’s sales accomplishments never cease to amaze me,'' said Cathleen F. Smith, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Connecticut and Westchester County. "She is the consummate professional, and her expert negotiation and marketing skills have earned her the admiration of a loyal client base that relies on her for her guidance. Tamar demonstrates a combination of grace and integrity that is hard to beat."
A longtime resident of Greenwich, Lurie has earned recognition as one of Coldwell Banker’s top 20 sales associates nationally. She has consistently ranked among The Wall Street Journal’s top 100 sales professionals in the country based on sales volume. Last year, she closed $72 million in property sales.
She specializes in marketing and selling luxury estates in Greenwich and surrounding communities in Fairfield County. Lurie has broken town records and negotiated the sale of some of the region’s most exquisite high-end properties.
A Realtor since 1985, Lurie has cultivated high-level national and global connections with world leaders, Nobel Prize Laureates, sports celebrities, internationally known artists, top corporate executives, and legendary media personalities.
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