Florida Realtors Awarded Engel & Völkers Private Office Designation for Exemplary Real Estate Service and Production
Mark Braddock, Jenn Bryndal and Michael Wyckoff inducted into Engel & Völkers Private Office, exclusive group of real estate professionals worldwide
NAPLES, FLA. (PRWEB) March 19, 2021 - Engel & Völkers Florida today announced that three of its advisors were inducted into the luxury real estate company’s Private Office network, successfully passing the ultra-competitive vetting and nomination process for inclusion. The new members are Mark Braddock of Engel & Völkers 30A Beaches, Jenn Bryndal of Engel & Völkers St. Augustine and Michael Wyckoff of Engel & Völkers South Tampa. The three advisors were inducted at an invitation-only event which was held virtually on March 18, 2021.
“Engel & Völkers continues to attract the strongest talent in markets across the globe,” said Timo Khammash, Managing Partner of Engel & Völkers Florida. “Mark, Jenn, Michael and all other Private Office Advisors represent true exceptionalism above and beyond our highest of standards. Their unparalleled commitment to client service and unwavering dedication to being a true market expert makes them not simply a top producer, but a master at providing an incomparable real estate experience for their clients.”
Braddock, Bryndal and Wyckoff are now among an elite group of Engel & Völkers advisors worldwide to be awarded with this distinction, which recognizes extraordinary business results supported by competency and providing the highest level of client service. Out of more than 13,500 real estate professionals who represent the Engel & Völkers brand in over 30 countries worldwide, Braddock, Bryndal and Wyckoff are among less than 226 advisors selected to carry the title Private Office Advisor.
Braddock, Bryndal and Wyckoff have joined 19 of their Engel & Völkers Florida colleagues who are already members of the prestigious group: George L. Ballou, II, Engel & Völkers Jacksonville Beach; Beau Blankenship, Engel & Völkers 30A Beaches; Ryan Chiodo, Engel & Völkers Olde Naples and Bonita-Estero; Leisa Erickson, Engel & Völkers St. Pete; Lenny Felberbaum, Engel & Völkers Delray Beach; Leanna Fruin, Engel & Völkers Delray Beach; Francisco Garcia, Engel & Völkers Fort Lauderdale; Niliana Garcia, Engel & Völkers Fort Lauderdale; David Gruninger, Engel & Völkers Olde Naples; Magnus Jennemyr, Engel & Völkers Miami Coconut Grove; Bobby Johnson, Engel & Völkers 30A Beaches; Matt Johnson, Engel & Völkers Delray Beach; Travis Laas, Engel & Völkers Palm Beach and Wellington; Michael Ledwitz, Engel & Völkers Boca Raton; Lisa Menton, Engel Völkers Jacksonville; Sandy Miller, Engel Völkers Jacksonville; Thomas Ostrander, Engel & Völkers Olde Naples; Carol Sollak, Engel & Völkers Palm Beach and Wellington and Steve Kepler, Engel & Völkers Belleair.
“We are exceedingly proud of the representation we have through the 22 members of Engel & Völkers Florida who are a part of Private Office,” said Peter Giese, Chief Growth Officer at Engel & Völkers Florida, the company’s regional franchisor. “This group represents the best of the best in Florida real estate. The Engel & Völkers brand platform continues to attract more professionals of this calibre either as a franchise owner and/or to become a trusted local advisor.”
Engel & Völkers Private Office was established to serve the unique requirements of clientele with high-value and often multi-market real estate portfolios. Private Office Advisors are trusted resources for high-net-worth individuals and high-profile clients, including leaders in business, politics and culture. They are positioned to provide meaningful advantages to sellers and purchasers of fine real estate. They are connected to one another through the Engel & Völkers global shop network, special events and a secure digital platform. As Private Office Advisors, Braddock, Bryndal and Wyckoff gain access to these specific marketing assets and platforms, exclusive opportunities, and are the preferred contact in their market for international referrals.
To qualify for Private Office, advisors within the Engel & Völkers network must be nominated by their broker and show consistency in significant year-over-year production numbers. To assess their market expertise and notable service quality as real estate professionals, clients are also asked to comment on their service experience. Lastly, nominees are submitted to a selection committee in the Americas that decides which candidates meet all requirements for final submission to the head of Private Office in Hamburg, Germany.
SOURCE Engel & Völkers
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