Local REALTOR® Honored as Entrepreneur of the Year
Posted by Sandy Dorle — December 16, 2011
(Naples, FL — December 1, 2011) Anita Colletti, a John R. Wood, Southwest, FL REALTOR®, has been awarded the 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year Award by the Naples-on-the-Gulf Chapter of the Women’s Council of REALTORS® (WCR). This annual award recognizes a REALTOR® member who fully exercises his/her potential as an entrepreneur and real estate industry leader; and who shares their time, talent and expertise with others in the profession and in the community.
Since 2008, Anita has been the #1 single agent at John R. Wood Realtors for the most homes sold, representing over 200 transactions and $70 million in sales. Anita has proudly earned 11 professional designations and certifications and represents less than 1% of Realtors who hold both the Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR) and Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE). As a result, Anita is the “go to” Realtor in helping buyers and sellers maneuver the complexities of short sales and foreclosures. She has held officer and director positions with several volunteer organizations on the local, state and national levels and regularly mentors new agents as they enter the business.
About WCRWomen’s Council of REALTORS® is a nationwide community of 14,000 real estate professionals in 300 chapters who include many of the best and brightest in the business. The Naples-on-the Gulf Chapter was established in 1968 to be the local source of education and business tools focused on the needs of women REALTOR® entrepreneurs at all stages of development. WCR is an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS® and is headquartered in Chicago, IL. For more information on WCR, please visit WCR.org. For more information on the Naples-on-the-Gulf chapter, please visit www.wcrnples.com.
Mission We are a network of successful REALTORS® empowering women to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders.
Vision Through our influence as successful business professionals, women will effect a positive change in the profession and in the broader community.