"Continuing to Unlock Real Estate Opportunities in thePrescott Area for Over 20 Years."More Less
In the spring of 2006 I made the decision to move after 14 years with Prudential Foothills Real Estate. During the time with Prudential I had worked my way up the professional ladder. In March I was awarded The Chairman’s Circle award, reflecting the 4th consecutive year for this recognition. The Chairman’s Circle award is one of the highest awards given by Prudential, it reflects the top productivity of only 2% of all of the more than 42,000 Prudential Real Estate Sales Associates in the United States and Canada. I consistently was awarded, President’s Circle, #1 Selling Associate, Leading Edge and Top of the Rock just to name a few.
I felt at this time in my career it was the right to make a professional move. I am excited about the new opportunities this move has brought. Realty Executives is the largest and most successful Real Estate Company in Yavapai County, as well as the State of Arizona. I am proud to be associated with Prescott’s Real Estate leader.
I have also recently decided to expand my business team. My daughter, Hope Doherty has recently pursued a real estate license and has joined Realty Executives and myself, forming The Doherty Group. In addition, Hope’s long time friend, Chelly Tyler, made the decision to join our team as well. Hope & Chelly have known the building industry their entire lives as both of their fathers are General Contractors. I am excited to see what innovative concepts my new partners have to offer our team and to work with such eager, intelligent, and fresh new agent.
I may have a new logo beside my name, along with a new partner, however I offer the same dedication to service that has brought me so much recognition during the last 19 years in the Real Estate profession.
I look forward, if given the opportunity, to show how experience, dedication and attitude sets me aside from others in the industry.Is the glass half empty or half full?
Joy DohertyAssociate Broker, Realty Executives Northern Arizona