Alison Elder is Chase International’s top Tahoe agent for 4th straight year
June 14, 2015
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Chase International recently recognized Truckee's Alison Elder as the Tahoe-area Agent of the Year for 2014 — the fourth consecutive time she's earned this prestigious title.
The awards are given out annually by Chase International and are based on sales, listings and volume sold throughout 2014. Elder was also named the top listing agent in units and volume sold.
Last year, Elder sold 56 homes and listed 42 homes, while being involved in more than $65 million in sales. She also ranked the highest in volume, volume sold and overall outcome of real estate purchases or sales for a Chase agent, according to the company.
"Truckee-Tahoe real estate is my passion and profession," Elder said in a statement. "Success for our team at Elder Group is ensuring our clients are delighted with our service, process and overall outcome."
In addition to excelling in real estate sales, Elder is a steadfast supporter of the community, taking lead roles in the Queen of Hearts Women's Fund (part of Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation) and the organization's off-shoot Girls Giving Back; the Tahoe Forest Orthopedic Advisory Committee; and Excellence in Education.
Elder Group Tahoe Real Estate has been affiliated with Chase International for more than five years. The group recently opened a new office at 10770 Donner Pass Road in Truckee.
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For more information, visit ElderGroupTahoeRealEstate.com, call Elder at 530-582-8103 or visit chaseinternational.com.
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