Park City Berkshire Hathaway agents take home honors
Among other awards, Jan Wilking named top commercial real estate agent
March 24, 2017
Among the thousands of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices commercial real estate agents around the globe, Jan Wilking can now claim the title of the best.
Wilking, a prominent Parkite in the community and in the local real estate industry, was one of several Summit County agents and entities honored at the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices annual sales convention, held recently in Phoenix. Among them, Wilking drew the highest honor, nabbing an award as the top commercial real estate agent within the expansive brokerage network.
Steve Roney, CEO and owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties, said Wilking was worthy of the recognition.
"Jan has been a fixture in Park City for a very long time," he said. "There's no one that knows commercial real estate better than Jan. And for him to achieve the top commercial agent in the Berkshire Hathaway network is just an enormous achievement. It's very deserved, and we're immensely proud of that achievement."
A number of other agents or teams were also recognized. Utah Properties was named the 12th-highest performing brokerage, the Park City office was the third-highest performing office in the network, Chin MacQuoid Fleming Harris was the eighth-best team and Carol Agle was the eighth-best agent.
Other agents and teams that were honored include the Reece Team, Utah Cribs Team, Linda Secrist, the Greg and Brock Team, the Marty-Richardson Team, the Peterson-Calder Team, Ski Resort Property Group and Dave Munford.
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Roney said everyone who contributed to Berkshire Hathaway HomeProperties Utah should be proud of the recognition.
"It was rewarding, given how large the Berkshire Hathaway network is on a global basis," he said. "For our operations in Utah to achieve what we did is really significant. We're competing in the network with major metropolitan markets and large operations. It's important to understand our achievements in that context."
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