Dickson Realty out-performs South Lake Tahoe real estate market
Although the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in South Lake Tahoe reported a 13.5 percent decrease in residential home sales dollar volume in 2007, Dickson Realty experienced an 11.1 percent increase to become the market share leader at nearly 15 percent of the residential sales.
“We believe that our agents’ experience and our the strength of our regional network of service is what made the difference for Dickson versus all competitors in South Lake Tahoe in 2007,” said Nancy Fennell, president of Dickson Realty, Inc. “Our leadership in the luxury real estate market also was a strong contributor to our excellent performance in the region.”
Dickson Realty had 125 closed transaction sides and $75,410,000 in sales volume in South Lake Tahoe 2007. A side is when a real estate firm represents either the buyer or the seller in a real estate transaction.
“We are looking at 2008 as an opportunity to expand on our 2007 successes in South Lake Tahoe,” said Dennis Liebl, managing broker for Dickson Realty’s South Lake Tahoe office. “Through our coaching, training and agent support systems, we will continue our exceptional level of service by our experienced agents to best benefit our clients and keep Dickson realty the market share leader in the region.”
With offices in Reno, Sparks, Montrêux, Incline Village, South Lake Tahoe, Tahoe Keys, Zephyr Cove and Truckee, Dickson Realty has also seen its leading regional market share increase in 2007. In the annual 2007 REAL Trends 500 report, Dickson Realty was listed as the 77th largest independent real estate company in the United States. Dickson Realty was the only northern Nevada real estate agency to be named in the prestigious list. The study also shows Dickson Realty outsold all other independent or franchised real estate companies in Reno, Sparks, Truckee or Lake Tahoe.
Dickson Realty was also named the 56th largest member of the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World (LRECW), the largest network of top independent local and regional brand-name brokerage firms in the residential sector of real estate.
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