Brokerage Honored with No.3 Rank for Second Consecutive Year
Austin, TX–June 11, 2013–Media Coverage–The Austin Business Journal named Realty Austin the third “Best Places to Work” for the second consecutive year. The highly innovative residential real estate brokerage was an honored winner at the annual luncheon on June 6, 2013 at the Renaissance Austin Hotel. The Austin Business Journal’s Best Places to Work list identifies the top workplaces in the Austin, Texas area.
Jonathan Boatwright, co-owner of Realty Austin said, “Austin is home to many exceptional companies, and we are honored again to score among them in the Austin Business Journal’s 2013 Best Places to Work list. This honor fuels our momentum and energizes our firm belief that our company culture and core values are on the right track. In just eight short years, our company has made a huge impact and we will continue to focus on efforts that go above and beyond the norm within our industry.”
Top companies are ranked in four categories using criteria by an independent rating agency. Qualifying companies are measured based upon key performance in areas of leadership and management, workplace environment, compensation and benefits, and growth and development. Results were featured in the Austin Business Journal print and online editions on Friday.
Yvette Boatwright, co-owner of Realty Austin said, “At Realty Austin we pride ourselves on providing a positive environment for our team while building relationships upon strong foundations of innovation, communication, and teamwork. The company’s morale and culture is grounded in the belief that preserving our uniqueness directly attributes to our success of attracting and retaining the best and brightest agents and staff.”
Headquartered downtown, Realty Austin is Austin’s second highest producing agency with over $800M in sales in 2012.
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