RE/MAX Advance Realty honors its top-producing agents in 2018

TRD MIAMI /
May.May 18, 2019 04:00 PM

Hazel Goldman with Evan Goldman (left) and Anthony Askowitz

Miami brokerage firm RE/MAX Advance Realty (RMA) honored agents Hazel Goldman and Frederick Viener as its top producers of commission income last year.

Goldman received the firm’s Diamond Award for generating more than $1 million of gross commissions last year. Viener got the Titan Award for ranking as the second-highest producer last year. RMA, which has 165 agents, closed more than $525 million of sales last year, or $3.2 million per agent.

Nine RMA agents received the firm’s Platinum Award for earning gross commissions of $250,000 to $499,999 last year.

The nine Platinum Award winners are: Carolina Arceo, Geri Brodie, Lisa Dority, Hal Feldman, Lizette Gonzalez, Neal Kleinman, Hamne Raez, Corey Schwartz, and Paul Silverstein.

Kleinman also received the firm’s Lifetime Achievement Award, for agents that who have at least a seven-year tenure with RMA and have generated more than $7 million of gross commission income.

RMA also gave its Spirit Award to Cecilia Cardozo, its Hustle Award to Alexis Zamundo-Vanegas, and its Eagle Award to Toni Keel in recognition of her leadership and production during more than 30 years with the firm.

RMA announced the award winners during the brokerage firm’s annual meeting at the Coral Reef Yacht Club.– Mike Seemuth


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