ReeceNichols Has Biggest Year in 16 Years

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Berkshire Hathaway’s Kansas City real estate company, ReeceNichols, achieved its most successful year in 16 years in 2016 and helped 20,278 Kansas City families buy and sell their homes.

The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire’s HomeServices of America, Inc.

The company has over 2,300 real estate sales professionals operating out of 18 offices throughout Kansas City and its surrounding counties — maintaining its position as the largest real estate company both in the metropolitan area and throughout Missouri and Kansas.

The ReeceNichols family of services enjoyed similarly excellent results. HomeServices Lending helped over 1,200 families purchase homes, and three of their lending officers ranked in the top 10 nationally for all of HomeServices Lending. In addition, Reece & Nichols Insurance provided peace of mind and security for 400 households, and Kansas City Title navigated over 8,000 people through the home closing process. The ReeceNichols Alliance offices — which span north to St. Joseph, Missouri; east to Columbia, Missouri; south to Ottawa, Kansas; and west to Junction City, Kansas — closed 4,205 transactions with over $656 million in residential sales volume.

“These records and achievements are a direct result of our outstanding sales professionals, who are deeply committed to serving Kansas City,” President & CEO Linda Vaughan said. “We do our best to equip them with the best technology and tools to serve their clients, but all 2,300 of our team members are responsible for creating those rewarding experiences to home buyers and sellers. Our family of services strive to work seamlessly with our branch offices to help our clients enjoy the smoothest home buying and selling experiences.”

© 2017 David Mazor

Disclosure: David Mazor is a freelance writer focusing on Berkshire Hathaway. The author is long in Berkshire Hathaway, and this article is not a recommendation on whether to buy or sell the stock. The information contained in this article should not be construed as personalized or individualized investment advice. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

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