Summit County Business Briefs: Local realtor listed as one of ‘America’s Best’ |

Summit County Business Briefs: Local realtor listed as one of ‘America’s Best’

Laurie Williams, a local realtor with RE/MAX Properties of the Summit, was recognized in a survey of "America's Best Real Estate Agents."
Courtesy of RE/MAX Properties of the Summit |

Cornerstone Real Estate welcomes new broker, marketing staff

Cornerstone Real Estate Company, LLC in Keystone and Breckenridge recently welcomed a new broker, Rick Eisenberg, and a new marketing staff member, Oriana Anderson. Eisenberg has been working in the real estate business since 2004 and chairs the investment committee of the Summit Association of Realtors board.

An Oklahoma native, Anderson moved to Breckenridge to work for Beaver Run Resort as a marketing and sales assistant before joining Cornerstone Real Estate.

Local Realtor listed among “America’s Best”

Laurie Williams with RE/MAX Properties of the Summit was featured in REAL Trends “America’s Best Real Estate Agents” survey. The agents included in the survey represent less than one percent of all real estate professionals in the United States.

“America’s Best” is the industry’s largest ranking of agents based on homes sold in 2015. The survey is open to individual agents who closed at least 50 transaction sides or $20 million in sales volume, and teams who had at least 75 sides or $30 million in volume. The fourth annual ranking groups agents by state and metro area.

Williams has more than 12 years of experience in the Summit County market. This is the third consecutive year Williams has been recognized among “America’s Best.”

Farmers Insurance agent opens Breckenridge office

Farmers Insurance agent Mark Martin-Williams opened his new office in Breckenridge on July 21. The new office gives Martin-Williams and his staff the opportunity to get more involved in the local community and educate consumers on their coverage options.

The Martin-Williams Insurance Agency, located at 130 Ski Hill Road, Unit 230, is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is accessible via phone at (970) 453-7190, or by email at

— Compiled by Elise Reuter

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