Thursday, February 6, 2014
The final numbers for 2013 residential real estate sales are in, and it was a record-breaking year for Charleston-based agency The Cassina Group. The boutique firm, with only 19 general brokerage agents, placed in the top 10 of all Charleston-based real estate companies, surpassing firms with many more agents. The agents’ sales volume of more than $152.8 million in closed sales for the year earned them this honor and represents a 50 percent growth over the company’s 2012 numbers.
“We are beyond pleased that 2013 was such a productive year for our company,” said Robertson Allen, broker-in-charge and co-founder of The Cassina Group. “Our dedicated, full-time agents, wonderful clients and cutting edge website attributed greatly to this success and we look forward to another prosperous year.” The company works with local tech firm, BoomTown ROI, to design and manage its website. The site at www.thecassinagroup.com employs an easy-to-use real estate search engine that allows users to narrow down their preferred residential property searches in a quick and efficient way.
“Our goal is to stay on top of innovative technology to deliver the best possible customer experience to our clients and to only hire driven agents who can deliver the high level of service our customers expect,” said Jimmy Dye, broker and co-founder of The Cassina Group.
In 2013, The Cassina Group also received statewide accolades as one of the fastest-growing companies in the state by SCBiz News’ Roaring Twenties. The company, founded in 2006, also purchased its second office in the Charleston area. The company now has offices in both Mount Pleasant (309 Coleman Blvd.) and downtown Charleston (69 Morris St.).
For more information on The Cassina Group, visit www.TheCassinaGroup.com.
The Cassina Group staff photo
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