Friends & Neighbors: Sotheby’s International realty agents honored with awards
William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty has announced that 14 agents with the firm’s Old Lyme brokerage have been recognized by the company with awards for their sales performance in the calendar year 2021.
The highest recognition is Diamond, awarded to the top producing agents, with further award levels including Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. Additional recognitions include the top 15 agents company-wide by volume and units and the top performers by dollar volume and units within each brokerage. Rising Stars and Rookies of the Year are also awarded.
Old Lyme agents who ranked within the top 15 company-wide in volume included Tammy Tinnerello.
Diamond award winners included Tammy Tinnerello. Platinum award winners included Beth Cote and Tony Walstra. Gold award winners included Allyson Cotton, India Cleckley, MJ DeRisio, Paul Smyth, Victoria Tuttle and Zoe Zrakas.
Silver award winners included Lisa Romano. Bronze award winners included Mary Ann Agostini, Mikaela Bean, Tony Semproni, and Michelle Vance.
Tammy Tinnerello and Beth Cote were the top producers in the brokerage by dollar volume, and Tammy Tinnerello and Tony Walstra were the top producers by unit sales.
“I am proud of our sales associates for their exceptional accomplishments,” said Heather Gagnon, brokerage saeles manager in Old Lyme and Niantic.
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