ERA Landmark's Sharon Tudor Isler Wins National Award

Posted by Kelly Lawlor — June 2, 2009

SharonTudorIslerSharon Tudor Isler, Broker at ERA Landmark Real Estate has been named the winner of the ERA International Collection Sapphire Award. This distinguished award honors Isler for her luxury marketing expertise and her successful sales record in the $850,000+ home market over the past two years. Isler was recognized for this outstanding achievement at the 2009 ERA International Business Conference, held March 5-8 in San Antonio, Texas.

With six closed transactions (at $850,000+) in 2008 resulting in a dollar volume of over 8 Million, Sharon has obviously dedicated herself to exceeding the expectations of this sophisticated clientele. Sharon consistently ranks within the top ½ of 1 percent of all ERA sales associates, nationwide. Her participation in the cultural community of Bozeman, as well as her successful geographic networking activities is to be commended.

Representing the most desirable properties listed by ERA associates around the world, the ERA International Collection program delivers members a competitive edge in the luxury marketplace. The Sapphire Awardhonors the International Collection member who has taken actionable steps in the previous year to work effectively and competitively with the luxury market. This is the first year the Sapphire Award has been given and there were 14 finalists nation wide. The ERA network includes more than 33,000 brokers and sales associates and approximately 2,800 offices throughout the United States and 50 other countries and territories.

Isler entered the real estate industry in 1987, and has won many leadership awards, including the ERA Customer Service Award, ERA National Leadership Circle, the Gallatin Association of REALTORS® Salesperson of the year in both 1999 and 1991 and Rookie of the Year in 1988. She holds the Graduate Realtor Institute and Certified Residential Specialist designations, and is recognized in Who’s Who in Luxury Properties. She is a National Trust for Preservation designate. She is assisted by her son, Brian Tudor, Sales Associate, GRI.

“Since the inception of the International Collection, the classes that were made available to me at convention have been invaluable. The clients I have gained through my work as a leader in the arts, culture, and business community benefit from the unique positioning of the International Collection web sites and the excellent marketing materials. This continues to give me a competitive advantage with affluent buyers and sellers.”

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