(Reno, NV) –Sarah Carmona and Terry Rasner-Yacenda of Dreams Realty in Reno have recognized its Top Agents for 2014.
Richard and Debra Menchel were awarded top team of 2014. This husband and wife duo completed 24 transactions. More than 17 years of combined experience, they specialize in the luxury market, home re-sales and investors. In their spare time they love to golf, travel, read, attend local events and participate in community programs to assist the homeless and animal causes.
Top Realtor of 2014 was awarded to Tim Koskinen. Koskinen completed 19 sales. He has more than 12 years of experience. He specializes in 1031 exchanges, condominiums, commercial real estate, home re-sales, short-sales, distress properties and also holds a manufactured license. In his spare time he spends time with his family, traveling, horseback riding, camping and promoting programs aiding in equality rights, and animal rescue.
Top Woman Realtor of 2014 was awarded to Alison Ross. Ross has more than 14 years of experience in real estate. She specializes in ranch properties, land, home re-sales short sales and multi-family. Ross completed 17 sales. She loves to snow ski, attend the theater and concerts, read, and visit her grandchildren and supports local veteran programs.
Top Rookie of 2014 was awarded to Emily Weyrick. Weyrick completed seven sales. A graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno, she has more than seven years of experience in real estate as a team member of Dream’s Distress Property Division. She also holds a manufactured license and loves to read, travel, camp, spend time with family and her loving four-legged daughter, Milly.
Top Manufactured Housing Agent 2014 was awarded to Bill Troye. Troye has more than 30 years of experience in manufactured home sales. He is also a Realtor and specializes in mobile home parks, land, and home re-sales. He loves spending time with his Great Dane, Callie, his family, cooking and playing card games. He has a passion for serving seniors and is actively involved in the senior community.