Allen Tate CEO Pat Riley shares company results at Annual Award ceremonies
Allen Tate Realtors® had its best year in the past decade, Allen Tate Companies President and CEO Pat Riley shared at the company’s annual award ceremonies this month.
The Carolinas’ leading real estate company reported $5.45 billion in closed sales volume for 2016, with 22,194 closed transactions.
In addition, the Allen Tate Family of Companies reported significant results:
- Allen Tate Mortgage closed 1,726 loans totaling $330 million.
- Allen Tate Insurance added 2,729 new customers and wrote 8,277 new policies.
- Master Title Agency wrote 5,300 title commitments, totaling $2.5 million.
A total of 700 Allen Tate Realtors achieved top performance levels during 2016, based on closed sales volume of $2 million to more than $100 million.
Realtors are recognized each year by Allen Tate for their achievements in categories including company-wide closed sales volume, closed units, listing volume, listing units, and referrals, and for legendary service provided. Realtors are also recognized for their achievements within their region and at the branch level, including top individual agent, top team and rookie of the year.
In 2016, Allen Tate opened new offices in Statesville and Indian Land-Doby’s Bridge, relocated the Greenville, S.C. office from Villa Road to downtown; and renovated the Greensboro-Green Valley and Rock Hill-Ebenezer Road locations.
Since January 1, the company opened new offices at Winston-Salem Hanes Mall Boulevard and in Apex, and relocated its Charlotte-Center City location, projects that were in progress in 2016. The company now has a total of 45 offices across its footprint in North and South Carolina.
“In April, we will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Allen Tate Companies. At this milestone, we are proud to reflect on not only our accomplishments, but how prepared we are for the future of this industry,” said Riley.
“Our agents are exceptional, but their success can only be measured by the satisfaction of each individual client. When it comes to homeownership, the only transaction that matters is yours.”