Alison Elder ranked one of best real estate agents in America
September 29, 2017
TRUCKEE, Calif. — REAL Trends has ranked Truckee-based Alison Elder of Elder Group Tahoe Real Estate, affiliated with Engel & Völkers, as one of America's Best Real Estate Agents for the third year in a row.
Since 2009, Elder has transacted more than $375 million in volume with more than 700 transactions throughout the region, making Elder Group Tahoe the top producing Engel & Völkers shop in California since joining the organization as a partner in December 2016. Engel & Völkers and REAL Trends continue to recognize Elder's outstanding work as she was recently ranked No. 2 in closed sides transactions.
"I'm honored by this prestigious recognition from REAL Trends," Elder said. "I couldn't do it without the supportive and knowledgeable Elder Group team and our fantastic network, services and technology provided by Engel & Völkers."
The majority of her sales were in the Truckee, Martis Valley, Northstar and Summit areas.
Outside of real estate, Elder devotes much of her time to the community, serving as chair of the youth philanthropy organization, Girls Giving Back, and the Sugar Bowl Academy Parents Association. She is also a member of the leadership team of Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation's Queen of Hearts Leadership and the Cancer Advisory Council. Additionally, she has worked for many years on the Best of Tahoe Chefs committee to support the psycho-social programs for cancer patients and their families.
Based in Hamburg, Germany, Engel & Völkers has become one of the world's leading companies specializing in the sale and lease of premium residential and commercial property, yachts and private aviation. Each brokerage is independently owned and operated.
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