Top Luxury Real Estate Agents Recognized in Upscale Marketing Competition

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Real estate professionals working in upscale markets gathered to see how their marketing techniques compare to the best in the business at the Leaders in Luxury networking symposium for upper-tier Realtors, held this year in Miami’s South Beach (FL). Hosted by The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing, Leaders in Luxury (LIL) is an annual invitation-only education and networking opportunity for real estate agents who work in the million dollar plus housing market.

In my almost 25 years of real estate, I don’t recall ever enjoying speakers more, Even the LIL breakout sessions had presenters who could have been keynotes!

Real estate professionals working in upscale markets gathered to see how their marketing techniques compare to the best in the business at the Leaders in Luxury networking symposium for upper-tier Realtors, held this year in Miami’s South Beach (FL). Hosted by The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing, Leaders in Luxury (LIL) is an annual invitation-only education and networking opportunity for real estate agents who work in the million dollar plus housing market.

The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing announced this year’s Leaders in Luxury (LIL) award winners, who were chosen by a noted advertising executive for their quality and performance in upscale real estate marketing:

--Michael Morrison of Morrison House Sotheby’s International Realty, Tacoma (WA), “Best Property Marketing Campaign”
--Maureen Kennedy of Pacific Union Real Estate, Oakland (CA), “Overall Excellence in Personal Marketing”
--Carole Smith of Esslinger, Wooten, Maxwell, Coral Gables (FL), “Best Agent Website”
--Aaron Wheeler of Oakville Properties, Campbell (CA), “Best Agent Blog”
--Jana Martin of Keller Williams Realty, Sarasota (FL), “Outstanding Personal Achievement”
--Angela Eliopoulos of Global Owner Properties –Long & Foster, Washington (DC); “Most Unique Property”

“While the awards and recognition are an important aspect of the meeting, the program content and networking opportunities are at the core of the meeting’s value,” according to The Institute’s President, Waco Moore. Kelly Cobb from Fonville Morisey, Cary (NC) agreed, “In my almost 25 years of real estate, I don’t recall ever enjoying speakers more, Even the LIL breakout sessions had presenters who could have been keynotes!”

Karen Hardestry, Vision Real Estate, Mill Valley (CA), was also enthusiastic about the meeting, “The information provided and quality of agents attending will keep me coming back to LIL year after year. Superb!”

Canadian attendee, Nancy Rondeau, RE/MAX Ability Real Estate, metropolitan Toronto (ON) said, “I strive to own the luxury niche in my market. Annual attendance at LIL is a guaranteed boost to my success in today’s competitive market.”

According to Moore, Leaders in Luxury connects Realtors who focus on the luxury arena, giving them a venue in which they can share constructive ideas, learn from each other’s experiences, and gain new insights into the luxury market from experts in a variety of fields.

For information, visit the Leaders in Luxury website.

About The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing (ILHM)
The Institute has thousands of members on four continents. Members who have completed special training and met performance standards may earn the prestigious Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS) designation. Associates who demonstrate competence in the million dollar and above property arena are recognized with membership in The Institute’s Million Dollar Guild. Find training and membership information on the Institute's website or 214-485-3000.

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