Top Realtors honored



  • Realtor group honors its top performance.
  • DMAR event drew 700.
  • Group will replace old HQ with tech-savvy space. 
Greg Geller

Greg Geller

The Denver-area real estate brokers were honored on Thursday, in an event that drew hundreds of people from the industry.

The Denver Metro Association of Realtors with more than 5,000 members, also announced it is selling its headquarters building of the past 30 years.

DMAR hosted its 36th Annual Realtor Roundtable of Excellence Awards Luncheon at the Infinity Park Event Center in Glendale, recognizing Denver area’s top performers in residential real estate for 2013.

“The event gathered nearly 700 people to pay tribute to our members, colleagues and friends for their 2013 production totals and to honor our profession, our association, our affiliates and all those whose hard work, community involvement and professional success exemplify the spirit of Realtors here in metro Denver and throughout Colorado,” said Eric Mott, chairman of DMAR.

“The real estate professionals recognized today represent some of the finest Realtors in the nation,” said Ann Turner, CEO of DMAR.

“Their knowledge, expertise and outstanding work in real estate are invaluable to the industry,” she added.

Greg Geller, owner of Vision Real Estate, won the individual Realtor category for most sides. Geller completed 123 sides last year.

“I’m excited to see that the hard work our team put in this year led to these fantastic results,” said Geller, who later this year assumes the position of chairman of the association.

“We demand a lot of ourselves and we expect to be among the most productive and successful real estate companies in our area every year,” Geller added.

Other winners included:

Top Individual Realtor based on volume: Regina Lorenzen from The Kentwood Co. with more than $62 million in production.

Top Realtor Team based on volume: Linda Behr, Tre Behr, and Josh Behr from Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty with nearly $85 million.

Top Realtor Team based on sides: The Erica Chouinard team from Kentwood Co. with 185 sides.

Top Corporate  based on volume and sides: Ryan Turbyfill from RE/MAX Alliance 3000 with more than $13 million and 73 sides.

Top Realtor Projects based on volume: Lance Chayet from Hanover Realty with more than $9 million and 41 sides

Top Realtor Office Production:

  • 1-5 Associates: Donavon Paschall from Parkview Real Estate;
  • 6-10 Associates: Shannel Ryan from Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty, Clayton location;
  • 11-30 Associates: Greg & Rachelle Geller from Vision Real Estate;
  • 31-50 Associates: Katie Williams from Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty, DTC;
  • 51-100 Associates: Luisa Staerkel from the Kentwood Co. DTC;
  • And 100+ Associates: Sally Scaman from Coldwell Banker North Metro.

Top Realtor Support Person of the Year: Jennifer Schell from Perry & Co.

Rookie of the Year: Bret Weinstein from Vision Real Estate with $10.4 million and 46 sides.

Broker/Manager of the Year: Phil Shell with RE/MAX Alliance and Derek Camunez with RE/MAX Avenues.

Eric Mott, current chairman of the association, announced they are going to sell the association’s headquarters building at 4300 Warren Ave.

“As many of you may now be aware, an unforeseen opportunity presented itself with our headquarters at Warren Avenue,” Mott said.

“We have had 30 years of heritage at this building, and, while the decision was not taken lightly, we are moving forward with a contract to sell the property,” Mott continued. “We are considering a few options for a new central hub location that we will share with you in the coming months. Our vision for the Metro Association of Realtors‘ headquarters is a more tech-savvy space that further positions us as the real estate leader of the region.”

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John Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the Real Estate Editor for the Rocky Mountain News, he wrote about residential and commercial real estate for 26 years. He has won numerous awards for business stories and columns that he wrote, both as an individual and part of teams. In addition to real estate, he also covered economic development, banking and financing, the airlines, and cable TV for the Rocky. In addition, he was one of the original freelance writers for, covering commercial real estate for the Internet publication.

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