FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Curt Arthur, SIOR Is Named as a Partner Circle Advisor by SVN®
The commercial real estate franchisor releases its 2015 rankings for the top-producing Advisors in the nation
Salem, Oregon — April 20, 2016 — Sperry Van Ness International Corporation (SVNIC), a full-service commercial real estate franchisor of the SVN® brand, has announced its top 100 grossing Advisors of 2015. The year-end rankings were presented in front of a packed crowd of over 400 SVN Managing Directors, Advisors and staff at the 2016 SVN Annual Conference recently held in San Diego, California. Individuals named as an SVN Top Advisor represent SVNIC’s highest performers from across the world.
Curt Arthur, SIOR Managing Director at SVN | Commercial Advisors LLC, was ranked in the 2% of SVN Top Advisors for overall performance in 2015. Curt, who specializes in Office and Industrial sales and leasing throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley market, is excited to be ranked among SVNIC’s elite top producers on an international level.
“These dedicated Advisors truly represent that through hard work and collaboration anything is possible,” says SVNIC President and CEO Kevin Maggiacomo. “By actively embodying the SVN brand’s shared value principle, they create results not only for their clients, but for their marketplace, workplace and communities as well.”
SVN is the only major commercial real estate brand that markets all of its qualified properties to the entire brokerage and investment community. Participating in approximately $10.1 billion in sales and leasing transactions in 2015, SVN Advisors shared commission fees with co-operating brokers in order to close more deals in less time and at the right value for clients. Advisors also reap the benefits of our SVN Live™ Open Sales Meetings, cloud-based leading-edge technology, and national product councils. This open, transparent and collaborative approach to real estate is the SVN Difference.
For more information on how to leverage the SVN platform to increase your businesses’ bottom line, visit https://www.svn.com/why-svn/.