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Windermere Prestige Properties Announces Merger with Prime Realty, Ltd.
Published on Thu, Sep 19, 2013 (10:28 a.m.)HENDERSON, Nev. (September 19, 2013) – Robyn Yates, owner/broker of Windermere Prestige Properties, announced today her office has completed a merger with Prime Realty, Ltd., a well-established Henderson luxury real estate office owned and operated by Beth Naef.
Naef, who opened Prime Realty in 2003, offers 15 years of experience as a luxury broker in the Southern Nevada market. A Southern Nevada resident since 1969, her knowledge of the region has served to help her sell nearly $400 million worth of local real estate, including a significant number of high-priced custom homes and home sites.
“This merger serves to benefit both Windermere Prestige Properties and Prime Realty,” Yates said. “Beth has a long history in Southern Nevada, and with Windermere behind her, she will enjoy more opportunities to thrive in our improving market. Our team looks forward to working alongside her.”
With the local housing market experiencing a progressing recovery, Naef said she decided to merge her office with Windermere Prestige Properties to take advantage of the larger office’s many resources. The merger of the real estate offices will provide Prime Realty with Windermere’s advertising support, pairing well with Naef’s aggressive marketing style. Her office will also benefit from Windermere’s membership access to Luxury Portfolio International™, the fastest growing luxury property network, with more than 200 affiliate companies around the world and more listings over $1 million than any other luxury real estate organization.
“Joining the Windermere team is an exciting opportunity, and I am thrilled to gain all of the unique advantages of working with such a prominent real estate office,” Naef said. “I only expect to see the luxury real estate market continue to flourish, and our combined offices will be fully prepared to provide our clients with the highest quality of service.”
Windermere Prestige Properties is located at 2200 Paseo Verde Parkway, Suite 160, in Henderson. Please visit www.windermerelasvegas.com for additional information.
About Windermere Real Estate
The local Windermere offices were voted as the Number One Best Places to Work in Las Vegas in 2011, 2012 and 2013 by VEGAS INC and the Number One Top Workplaces by Las Vegas Review Journal in February 2013. Windermere Prestige Properties was voted by the general public as the Number One Best of Real Estate in 2007 and 2013. In 2010, the Windermere offices were recognized as having the highest average sales price in Las Vegas. Sen. Harry Reid recognized the Windermere offices for their amazing service to the community in 2010. A proclamation day on Oct. 15, 2008 was given by the Las Vegas City Council for Windermere’s Community Service Day.
Windermere Real Estate entered the Las Vegas real estate market in 2004, and now has three offices in Southern Nevada.
Windermere Real Estate is the leading residential real estate network in the West with more than 325 offices and 8,500 associates serving neighborhoods in Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming, Washington and British Columbia. Windermere has been consistently ranked as the largest regional real estate brand in the western United States by REAL Trends, a primary source of industry data. Windermere has a proud heritage of serving communities by way of the Windermere Foundation, which provides funding to social service agencies that offer housing and services to low-income and homeless children and families. Windermere's website, Windermere.com, receives more than 2 million unique visits per month and is regarded as one of the leading real estate sites in the country in terms of customer usability. In 2006, Windermere was selected as an Official Honoree of the 10th Annual Webby Awards based on excellence in website content, design, functionality and overall experience.
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