Loutsis of Coldwell Banker Bain named Five Star Professional

  • Monday, February 26, 2018 11:49am
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Tom Loutsis

Tom Loutsis

Coldwell Banker Bain in Duvall recently announced that Five Star Professional has named Duvall real estate broker Tom Loutsis as a Five Star Real Estate Agent for 2017.

“We are extremely proud that Tom has been recognized by Five Star Professional,” said Mike Grady, CB Bain President and COO. “It points directly to our hard work to provide continuous broker education and other resources that help him provide the best possible service to his clients.”

Loutsis has won the award for seven consecutive years.

Five Star Professional recognizes a select group of Seattle-area real estate brokers who provide quality services to their clients, and less than 7 percent of real estate brokers were selected.

Agents are measured using an objective, in-depth research methodology with significant focus on customer feedback and overall satisfaction. Five Star Professional contacts thousands of recent homebuyers to identify award candidates. Phone, mail and online respondents rate their real estate agent on 10 satisfaction criteria. Candidates with a qualifying client satisfaction rating move on to be evaluated on objective criteria such as experience, production levels and disciplinary and complaint history. Real estate agents do not pay a fee to be considered or awarded.

For more information, visit http://www.fivestarprofessional.com.

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