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Corace, Pritchard honored at RE/MAX of the Islands

By Staff | Sep 8, 2010

Last week, RE/MAX of the Islands announced that Dustyn Corace was their most productive sales associate in August while Janie Pritchard was recognized as their top Marketing Associate for the same period.

Corace graduated from of the University of Florida in 1998 with a major in Business Administration specializing in Advertising. After graduation, his first position was with John Hancock Financial Services as a financial advisor. 

In 2000, Dustyn Corace began his real estate career at RE/MAX of the Islands by developing their vacation rental program. He now oversees the company residential annual lease program while specializing in marketing and selling upscale properties. 

When asked about current market conditions, Corace commented, “Opportunities like those available today come only once in a lifetime. I am very involved in assisting buyers to purchase short sale and foreclosure properties. Investment opportunities here are perhaps better than they will ever be again. Only those that have foresight and the financial ability to purchase now will reap the rewards.”

Corace has recently taken the required education courses and obtained two professional designations as a Realtor. The first is as a Sanibel and Captiva Island Specialist (SCIS). His second professional designation as Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR) is certified by the National Association of Realtors.

Consistently one of the top RE/MAX Realtors in Florida and in Lee County, Pritchard obtained her Florida real estate license in 1994 after moving to Sanibel from her home state of Ohio. She moved her clientele to RE/MAX of the Islands in October of 2006. Since then, she has continued to be a consistent top RE/MAX producer.

“Janie’s clients love her positive attitude and sense of humor. But more than that, they appreciate her knowledge of the market and her ability to perform," said Art Corace, broker/owner of RE/MAX of the Islands. "Janie does more than what is expected and she does it well. We are proud of Janie’s achievements and wish her continued success.”