March 8th, 2016 at 12:00 pm
With more more than 40,000 agents in 1,200 offices throughout 47 states, we’d say the quest to be among the elite top-producing agents in the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network is formidable.
In 2015, 29 of our agents made the top 100 list. These agents have helped position us as a leading brokerage in Southern California, as well as assisted in our goal to exceed 2014’s sales in 2015.In 2015, 29 of our agents and teams were part of the 100 highest producers in the nation Click To Tweet
Congratulations to the following agents on a phenomenal year!
March 8th, 2016 at 11:00 am
The totals from 2015 are in, and several agents and teams from our company won big! As Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices sales associates from around the nation gather in Dallas, Texas, for our national convention, REv’d Up, our team took home some of the most prestigious rankings.
Seven of the top 10 highest-producing agents and three of the top 10 highest-producing teams are from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.7 of the top 10 highest-producing agents and 3 of the top 10 highest-producing teams are from @bhhscalifornia Click To Tweet
Congratulations to each sales associate and team listed below on an incredible 2015!
March 8th, 2016 at 8:05 am
We are honored to announce that our brokerage has been ranked as Berkshire Elite, placing us in the top tier among all Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brokerages nationwide. We would like to thank our dedicated agents, managers, and support staff for making this happen.
February 2nd, 2016 at 10:00 am
February 1st, 2016 at 10:00 am
The good news: Adjustables are low and it’s a seller’s market
The Federal Reserve Bank’s decision to raise its benchmark interest rate by .25 percent has been the talk of the financial and real estate world since it was announced last Dec. 16.
To gain some insight, we asked David M. Cabot, our President and CEO, for his take on the situation.
Q: Why did the Federal Reserve Bank raise the rate?
A: The Fed was waiting for the economy to be stronger, and they believe it is now. The rate determines what the banks pay to borrow money from the Fed. But the banks can set their own rates for consumers, and they do. This is the first rate increase in seven years.
It’s interesting that they made a decision to do it now because they’ve been wanting to for over a year. I’m not an economist, but 2 percent economic growth is very, very modest. If we were growing at 3 or 4 percent, an interest rate hike would be a welcome thing in the business world. But at 2 percent, we’re not really certain. If we don’t start at a point where we have some growth, we’re never going to get above zero. It’s probably a wise thing from a macroeconomic point of view.