Berkshire Hathaway honors top producers

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Nevada Properties recognized Avi Dan Goor as its top sales executive for 2015, with $17.3 million in sales.

The lead spot is a familiar place for Dan-Goor who also took the number one spot last year.

Dan-Goor arrived from Israel at 18. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada Las Vegas’ hotel management program and he entered the real estate market a decade ago.

Dan-Goor holds his lead above nine other executives in the top ten in order: Melissa Machat; Billy O’ Keefe; Mark Weinberg; Jana Shore; Stacey Herov; Danielle Hess; Matt Suiter; Karen James and Natalie Cornejo.

Berkshire’s top ten teams were led by the Shapiro &Sher Group for the ninth year in a row, bringing in $242 million. The team was followed by the Tonnesen Team, the McGarey Group, the Craig Tann Group and the Mullin Group for the top five positions. The Napoli Group was sixth followed by the Brian Wedewer Team, the Brown Blankfeld Group, the Carver Team and the Gunning Team in tenth place.

The Napoli Group was honored as the highest nonprofit contributor in the Berkshire Hathaway Nevada office. Real estate executives donate to local and national charities with a percentage of their earnings from each home sale.

Employee of the year was Loretta Turner, branch administrator, and James Namchek was named rookie of the year.

Americana Holdings, which includes Berkshire Hathaway Home Services operations in Nevada, Arizona and Southern California, completed $3.1 billion in sales in 2015. That number is a 15 percent gain over 2014’s sales.

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
pos-2 — ads_infeed_1
post-4 — ads_infeed_2