Realtor’s four agents join brand’s top 15%


Tribune Business Editor

A BAHAMIAN real estate company and its executives have been recognised during its brand franchisor’s 2022 Annual Global Performance Awards.

Out of more than 13,000 agents worldwide, Better Homes and Gardens MCR Bahamas saw four of its top performers receiving awards and recognition. Partner Timothy Smith received the highest performance honour, the Emerald Elite- Founder’s Club Award, reserved only for the top 1 percent of all affiliated sales associates and teams in the brand’s network, and the highest distinction in the awards categories.

Mario Carey, Better Homes and Gardens MCR Bahamas founder, and managing partner and broker, Tim Rodland, both received the Emerald Elite Award, reserved only for the top 3 percent of the brand’s independent agents worldwide. The final winner, Livingston Brown, received the Silver Award, a ranking awarded to only the top 15 percent of agents.

“The awards acknowledge the achievement of top performers within the franchise network based on stringent criteria in the categories of total closed units or sales volume,” said Better Homes and Gardens. The purpose of the annual event is to recognise and spotlight the successes of Better Homes and Gardens’ top agents across more than 400 offices globally.

Better Homes and Gardens MCR Bahamas says it enjoyed a strong 2022. “Our revenue grew by 60 percent year-over-year, and we broke many new price records,” said Mr Rodland. “I couldn’t be more proud of our staff and agents, and the way they rallied and supported each other. Seeing our culture thrive through the volatility of the past year has motivated us even more as a company.”

“These awards are such an honour,” said Timothy Smith. “But when you look at what we’ve been able to accomplish here, compared to other regions of the world - The Bahamas is a fairly small country - this is a huge deal.”

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