National Parks Realty has joined a group of luxury real estate companies under Forbes Global Properties.
Membership by invitation only is reserved for the 100 most elite brokers in the world, according to a statement. Reserved for luxury properties over $ 2 million, Forbes Global Properties says on its website that it seeks to connect buyers and sellers with a global audience.
Jeff Raper, Management Broker for National Parks Realty, said that over the past 17 years, National Parks Realty has been fortunate to align itself with the best agents in Flathead Valley and beyond.
“They are focused on providing quality assistance and care to buyers and sellers, with a commitment of diligence that goes beyond the transaction to long-standing personal relationships,” he said. “Being invited to join the elite network of Forbes Global Properties agents around the world is a testament to this dedication. We thank Forbes Global Properties for their invitation and our agents for giving us this opportunity.
National Parks Realty was founded in 2003 by broker and lawyer Jim Allen and today has offices in Whitefish, Bigfork and Eureka.
Under National Parks Realty, Montana residences on Forbes listings include a house near Eureka on Glen Lake for $ 1.9 million, a log house on Swan Lake near Bigfork for $ 1.9 million. dollars and a slopeside cabin on Big Mountain listed for over $ 1.6 million.
“We are honored to welcome the principal local agents of National Parks Realty to Forbes Global Properties,” said Alex Lange, CEO of Forbes Global Properties, in a statement. “Montana offers world-class views, year-round recreation, and luxurious properties that will resonate with a wealthy global consumer.”
As a member of the consortium of real estate companies, Forbes says it uses its branding and branding services with its members, including having a presence in 70 countries. National Parks Realty will be able to engage with an audience, Forbes said in a statement, to “inspire wealthy potential buyers and sellers on the best properties for sale in Montana.”
The consortium was co-founded by Jeff Hyland, co-founder and chairman of Hilton & Hyland, and Bonnie Stone Sellers, a leading authority on global real estate markets and the luxury consumer, according to a statement.
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