Incline Village real estate: RE/MAX expands Incline office
February 27, 2016
Don Kanare and Sabrina Belleci are pleased to announce the expansion of their RE/MAX North Lake office at 923 Tahoe Blvd., Suite 101, in Incline Village. Joining Don and Sabrina is Chelsie Flint as office administrator.
When the neighboring art gallery closed a while back, RE/MAX North Lake leased the additional space in anticipation of its future planned expansion.
A dedicated conference room has been created along with office space that will accommodate several agents. The additional office and conference room have tripled the size of the RE/MAX North Lake office.
Located right in the heart of "real estate row" on the south side of Tahoe Boulevard, there is easy access all year-round along with plenty of parking.
During the past several weeks extensive remodeling has occurred transforming the old interior into a warm and welcoming space. Along with removing and replacing the ceiling you'll find freshly textured and painted walls with warm colors, new lighting, carpeting and other decorative touches.
Agents and their clients will enjoy a wireless computer network, high-speed Internet, color laser printer and the full complement of RE/MAX resources. In early March, RE/MAX North Lake will be holding an open house with complementary food and beverages for all members of the real estate community.
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Thanks to the support of the RE/MAX network and her hard work during 2015, Sabrina was recently awarded the 100% Club designation by RE/MAX corporate headquarters.
Don earned the RE/MAX Platinum Award for his sales in 2015 along with his previous induction into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame. Both of them will be attending the upcoming RE/MAX Convention in Las Vegas where they will participate in educational seminars along with having a booth in the exhibit hall to promote the Lake Tahoe real estate market.
RE/MAX is the largest real estate brand in the world with more than 6,300 offices and more than 100,000 agents worldwide. The average RE/MAX agent handles more than twice as many transactions per year than your typical real estate agent.
The focus of the business is to engage the most experienced and highly productive agents and provide them with both the tools and the freedom that they need to reach the pinnacle of success in a highly competitive industry.
Whether you are actively considering buying or selling property in Incline Village and Crystal Bay or just interested in checking out the newly expanded office, feel free to stop by RE/MAX North Lake and say hello to Chelsie, Sabrina and Don.
Market Update: Sales of houses, condos and freestanding condos in Incline Village and Crystal Bay have been exceptionally strong during the early part of 2016.
We have already seen 41 properties close escrow as compared to 33 properties during the same time frame in 2015. Last week, 8 properties went into escrow, including 5 condos and 3 houses.
As of February 21, there are a total of 45 properties in escrow which is an unusually high number for this time of year. With relatively low inventory levels and demand remaining strong, we anticipate that prices will be trending slowly and steadily upward.
Don Kanare and Sabrina Belleci are the owners of RE/MAX North Lake. Read their blog and find weekly stats on their website at http://www.InsideIncline.com.
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