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Mygatt, Conrad get relocation award

Highlights:

  • Chris Mygatt, George Conrad share an award.
  • Masters Cup award given to top relocation performers.
  • It’s not a “popularity contest.”
Chris Mygatt with Cartus trophy.

Chris Mygatt with Masters Cup.

It may not have been an Oscar, but they received a big statue.

Cartus Broker Network, which represents more than 100,000 real estate agents nationwide, has awarded its “Masters Cup” to Christ Mygatt, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s president and chief operating officer in Colorado.

George Conrad, relocation director for Coldwell Banker in Colorado, also shared the Masters Cup award, which was presented at recent Cartus Broker International Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Both Cartus and Coldwell Banker are part of the $7 billion Realogy Holdings Corp.

The award is presented annually by Cartus – a leading provider of employee relocation solutions – to brokers who have demonstrated exceptional quality standards, surpassed goals, delivered exceptional service and outperformed against metrics in key areas such as effective marketing, inventory management, and conversion.

George Conrad, Chris Mygatt and Bruce Zipf of NRT. NRT, parent of Coldwell, is party of the publicly traded Realogy company.

George Conrad, Chris Mygatt and Bruce Zipf. Zipf is the  CEO and president of NRT. NRT, parent of Coldwell Banker, is part of publicly traded Realogy Holdings.

Mygatt and Conrad head a team of more than 200 agents and staff who specialize in relocation services.

“Providing superior relocation services to the companies we represent has become a labor of love for our entire team during the past 14 years,” said Mygatt.

“The award is by no means a popularity contest, but is based on a team’s ability to achieve very stringent levels of quality, customer service and care, as determined by Cartus,” Mygatt continued.

Conrad said that relocation services are a big part of Coldwell Banker Residential “and we’re proud to be a leader in the market, working with all types of businesses and corporations, including Fortune 500 companies.”

Gerald Pearce, Cartus executive vice president, Broker Services and Affinity Service, said it was a “pleasure to recognize Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Colorado as winner of the Cartus Broker Network Masters Cup for 2014.”

He described the Colorado team as putting into practice three Ts – Today, Tomorrow and Together.

“Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Colorado has proven itself absolutely dedicated to achieving the excellence we value so highly in our network members,” Pearce said.

The conference brought together about 650 Cartus Broker Network members from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom for an intensive event that included an awards celebration as well as an agenda of interactive workshops, roundtable discussions, and executive presentations.

Cartus Broker Network represents more than 800 brokerage firms across the country that has about 2,900 offices and almost 1006,000 agents.

In 2013, Cartus and the Cartus Broker Network closed sales of approximately 90,000 properties, representing sales volume of nearly $25 billion, on behalf of Cartus clients and network members.

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