Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty names Brad Beacham Group as Kitty Hawk's Top Producing Team for 2019

KITTY HAWK, N.C., Feb. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- This is the second consecutive year the Brad Beacham Group has led the firm for the Kitty Hawk office, an award based on closed sales volume. The team also led the Kitty Hawk office in units sold and listings taken for the 2019 year. The Brad Beacham Group consists of Team Leader Brad Beacham, who ranked 6th out of 551 producing agents in the Outer Banks Association of Realtors MLS*, and Team Member Cameron Griggs. In 2019, the group expanded to include Brook Sparks who brings over 15 years of Property Management experience to the team. "2019 was an incredible year for our team as we were able to help more clients buy and sell real estate on the Outer Banks than ever before. We are extremely grateful to those who put their trust in us and allow us to play a role in achieving their goals," says Beacham."This was a record-breaking year for Brad Beacham Group in all categoriesa??listings, units sold and sales volume. Providing their clients with an excellent experience while practicing successful marketing strategies is the top priority for this team. From a $250,000 house to a $2 million waterfront estate, Brad, Cameron and Brook truly excel in the marketing of all their listings, regardless of price point. The fact that their average days on market is 92, compared to the area average of 134*, is a testament to their effective marketing," said Pamela Smith, Vice President of Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty.Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty led the Outer Banks real estate market in 2019* and for the fourth consecutive year, the firm sold the most real estate in both units and sales volume**. Additionally, Coldwell Banker Seaside Realty topped $220 million in sales for 2019 making them the only firm in the market to reach over $200 million in sales for two years in a row**.
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