Earning Century 21 Northland’s three highest honors – the coveted President’s Award as well as the Centurion and Quality Service Pinnacle awards – requires hard work, dedication to the team concept and a commitment to serve clients.
Five outstanding agents – Cory Beuerle, Mike Annelin, Megan Luce, Camille Campbell and Matthew Geib – have won all three awards.
These are five realtors who know how to succeed quantitatively and qualitatively in a demanding profession.
Cory Beuerle, a realtor for 23 years, said that excellent service builds future business. “If you do a good job, clients tell their friends,” she said. “And service is about giving good advice and working well with other agents.” Beuerle added, “After all, we guide people on the most expensive item they own. With that comes a high degree of responsibility.” The mother of three kids and grandmother of 6 kids works mostly in Grand Traverse and Leelanau counties.
Mike Annelin is an upbeat agent with eleven years of experience. He got into real estate sales right out of college. Annelin said recognition for a job well done flows naturally from having a positive attitude and building a solid reputation. “I care about my reputation, and not just at work,” he said. “That holds true for my family, too.” He said working with fellow agents is rewarding. “There should be a win-win feeling when you sit at the closing table.”
Meagan Luce started out as a real estate investor. She bought, rehabbed and the sold her own properties. In her eight years as a real agent, she has served as president of the Traverse Area Association of Realtors (TAAR) and now is a director on the Michigan Realtors board.
“I’m a workaholic, but in a good way,” she said. “My approach is to go the extra mile for clients. I don’t advise them to do anything that I wouldn’t do for myself. That’s why I have good relationships with clients.”
Grand Traverse native Camille Campbell has lived in Houston and Alaska, but as she puts it, she and her husband, a geophysicist, “responded to the ‘call of Northern Michigan’.” Her simple recipe for success rests on two things. “I keep clients’ goals foremost in my mind at all times, and I develop strong working relationships with my peers,” she said.
Another winner of Century 21 Northland’s “triple crown,” Matthew Geib, said he likes the personal initiative it takes to succeed as a realtor. That approach comes naturally. “I grew up in a family business, studied entrepreneurship at CMU, and applied all that experience to becoming a good real estate agent,” he said. “I like the ability to control my own business.”
The President’s Award is granted only to agents who earn both the Centurion Award, which is based on a high level of production, as well as the Quality Service Pinnacle Award, which is based on exemplary feedback from satisfied clients.
Cory Beuerle can be reached at 231-631-7653 or by email at email@example.com. Mike Annelin is at 231-499-4249 or Mike.firstname.lastname@example.org. Megan Luce can be contacted at 231-883-8440 or at Meagan.email@example.com. Camille Campbell is at 231-944-9385 or firstname.lastname@example.org. And Matthew Geib can be reached at 231-357-3265 or email@example.com.
About Century 21 Northland
Century 21 Northland, the regions fastest growing real estate brokerage, serves customers from offices in Traverse City, Suttons Bay, Frankfort, Glen Arbor, Empire, Northport, Beulah, Elk Rapids, Old Mission Peninsula, Roscommon and Houghton Lake. The company is locally owned by Brad Platt, Jason Kudary, and Julia Lilley and is supported by more than 57 licensed realtors. Century 21 Northland is part of the global Century 21 network, which includes more than 6,600 offices worldwide. More information can be found at www.c21northland.com or by calling (231) 929-7900.