This was an awesome year. There are 158 real estate agents who qualified for this honor — 135 plus 23 sustaining members. This goes to prove that even in today’s challenging market conditions, hard work and dedication provides success.
To achieve this designation the Realtor has to qualify and obtain a certain amount of sales. To be a lifetime member a Realtor has to obtain Top Achiever’s status in three of the last five years. This year we are celebrating their accomplishments by presenting them with their Top Achievers pins and plaques at a luncheon held at the Cameron Park Country Club on March 9.
Our Top Achievers Club not only acknowledges our top Realtors, it also gives back to the community. We offer scholarships to deserving graduating high school seniors from local high schools in El Dorado County. These students are chosen by grades, community service and other accomplishments. Last year it was our honor to give 19 scholarships to the top and the best of our schools.
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank our real estate affiliates for organizing the luncheon and raffle donations. These proceeds go back to our community as well. Most of all, we thank you our buyers and sellers for supporting our industry.
Adela Thomas, president
El Dorado County Association of Realtors
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