Top Producers for January 2016

Tom Nunes, broker/owner of Help-U-Sell Sunrise
Tom Nunes, broker/owner of Help-U-Sell Sunrise, and his team in Sacramento, closed six sides in January.

With the snowy weather in the east and the post-holiday blues, our offices eased into the new year. Nevertheless, two offices sold million-dollar properties, and everyone helped their sellers save thousands on commissions.

1) Back on top, Help-U-Sell Honolulu Properties completed the first month of the year with nine closed sides, five buyer sides, two seller sides, and one dual-sided transaction.

2) Arizona’s Help-U-Sell Central Properties tied for second place with two buyer sides and four seller sides, for a total of six.

2) Help-U-Sell Metropolitan, located in the Detroit area, did a reverse of Central Properties, with four buyer sides and two seller sides.

2) Help-U-Sell Quad Cities, in Florence, Alabama, closed two buyer sides, two seller sides, and one dual-sided transaction.

2) Sacramento-based Help-U-Sell Sunrise finished January with two buyer sides and four seller sides.

Congratulations also go to Help-U-Sell Home Advisors and Help-U-Sell Westside Realty. They helped their clients sell properties for $1 million or more.

[Figures as of February 10, 2016]

Help-U-Sell Family Gatherings

Help-U-Sell Real Estate Training in Southern California
Several Help-U-Sell Real Estate franchisees from Southern California attended a training day in Irvine, Calif., in March.

Last week, Help-U-Sell Real Estate franchisees from Southern California gathered to network and connect in Irvine, Calif. The home office’s Ron McCoy led the group, which included owners of Help-U-Sell Advance Realty, Coast and Valley, Conejo Valley, Distinctive Homes, Flint Realty, Irvine, Riverside Realty, Santa Maria, Sunrise, and Wright Realtors.

One attendee raved about the meeting, saying it was full of “really meaningful content.”

If you missed the gathering, don’t worry. You can join us for our annual Success Summit this fall! Brokers and agents from the entire country will get together for a few days of learning, networking, and enjoying each other’s company.

Last year, we had a phenomenal turnout and, by all accounts, it was worth attending. One Summit-goer wrote about his experience, “Here we can give and receive; we benefit from the experience of others; we establish and renew friendships; we participate in a generosity of spirit evidenced by a desire to help everyone else. You can’t get it from a book. You can’t get it from a webinar. You have to be there.”

This year’s Summit will take place in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood. The dates are Tues., Oct. 14 through Thurs., Oct. 16. Please mark your calendars and watch for more details, including how to register and how to reserve your hotel room.

We want to see you in Las Vegas this October!