Destin real estate sales are definitely picking up. I have clients who have been hovering over our market for years that are now pulling the trigger.
Destin, FL (PRWEB) April 13, 2011
Our 2010 Top Sales Agent, Kerry McNulty, lives the Newman-Dailey company mission, “To be the #1 Choice for Real Estate Services in the Greater Destin Area.” His commitment to succeed despite the economic climate was proven by exceeding all his goals for 2010. We are also proud to announce that Jerry Bielawski is our Top Listing Agent for 2010. He has achieved this award for his outstanding customer service and overall production.
McNulty has built a great business as TheWiredAgent.com and is as dedicated to the long-term development of our community as he is to helping people achieve their real estate buying and selling goals. McNulty is a Destin Chamber of Commerce Ambassador, an annual contributing member of The Destin Seafood Festival planning committee and a graduate of The Destin Forward 2010 Leadership Class. He was also the Top Sales Agent for the First and Second Quarters of 2010, and Top Listing Agent for the Fourth Quarter 2010.
Bielawski earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Central Michigan University and a Master of Business Administration in Marketing from Michigan State University. Following a rewarding career with Dow Chemical in sales and marketing, he moved to Destin. “Real estate was a natural progression for me. I enjoy working with people and assisting them as they define and achieve their real estate goals,” Bielawski said. He continues to exceed his client’s expectations with genuine personal commitment to customer satisfaction. He was the Top Listing Agent for the First, Second and Third Quarters of 2010.
“I am very proud of these two gentlemen. Their positive attitude and refusal to accept that times were difficult earned them these top awards. I am honored to have them on the Newman-Dailey team,” said Jeanne Dailey, Broker, for Newman-Dailey.
"Destin Real Estate sales are definitely picking up. I have clients who have been hovering over our market for years that are now pulling the trigger. Prices have retreated back to 2001-2 levels and opportunities are attracting investors as well as second and primary home shoppers," said McNulty.