Monday, December 2, 2013
Daniel Island Real Estate sales associate Meg Latour was recently selected as a Five Star Real Estate Professional, an exclusive group of real estate agents who are recognized for providing exceptional services for their clients. Five Star Professional is a national research firm that was established to help consumers find top-quality service professionals in the real estate, wealth management, insurance and mortgage industries.
The Five Star Professional rating places Latour, who is among the more than 23,000 professional realtors in North and South Carolina, in the top two percent of all realtors in the region.
“Meg has been a Top Producer and a Realtor of Distinction with Daniel Island Real Estate for more than eight years, and we are proud to have her accomplishments receive this recognition,” said Rick Vale, broker-in-charge at Daniel Island Real Estate.
The research for the Five Star ranking was based on nominations received from consumers who were asked to identify award candidates. Consumers who agreed to participate in the survey provided the name of the real estate agent and rated that individual according to key criteria, including integrity, negotiation and closing preparation skills. The resulting list of 2014 Five Star Real Estate Agents represents an exclusive group of sales professionals who are dedicated to providing quality services to their clients. Southern Living Magazine will be profiling the Carolina winners of the Five Star Professional awards in an upcoming issue.
For more information on Daniel Island Real Estate, visit www.danielisland.com.
To contact Meg Latour, email email@example.com or inquire via her blog at www.megsdanielisland.wordpress.com/.
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