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Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty, Inc. Top Agents Honored for Strong Sales Production and Superior Customer Service

Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty in Caldwell was recognized for superior service and sales production by the Century 21 Brokers Business Advocacy Association of North & Central New Jersey. Credits: Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty, Inc.

CALDWELL, NJ – Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty in Caldwell has once again taken home top honors at the annual awards dinner held by the Century 21 Brokers Business Advocacy Association of North & Central New Jersey on March 9 at the Venetian in Garfield. The event draws Century 21 broker/owners and real estate agents from the northern and central New Jersey offices, where top performing offices and agents of the prior year are recognized.

John Sass, Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty’s broker of record, attended with his top performing agents to accept the following prestigious awards on behalf of the agency:

  • The Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Award for superior customer service. This is the sixth year in a row that Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty has received the top award in the entire Century 21 system for customer service. In order to qualify, the office must score at least a 95% on a satisfaction survey issued after closing to both buyers and sellers; in addition, a certain level of survey results must be returned.
  • The office also took home the Century 21 Gold Medallion Award in recognition of its total sales production for 2015. This is the second year in a row that the office won this.

“We have an incredible team at Century 21 Cedarcrest and have increased our sales production every year since 2009,” said Sass, who took over the office that year.

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The agency’s top real estate agents were also recognized for their 2015 sales production and superior customer service.

“All of us in the entire organization are proud of these enormous achievements,” said Sass. “We win these as an office because of the dedication and professionalism of everyone within the company.”

In addition to the industry recognition, Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty was named “Best Essex County Realtor” in the 2015 Suburban Essex magazine’s Best of Essex Readers’ Choice Awards. The agency is also committed to serving the wider community and participates in charitable endeavors in the area as well as Century 21’s national Easter Seals support.

“Our whole office gets behind these endeavors,” said Sass. “We’re lucky that we have really great people who not only chose real estate as their career but chose to work at Century 21 Cedarcrest.”

Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty, Inc. is located at 460 Bloomfield Avenue in Caldwell; it works with home buyers and sellers throughout Essex County and surrounding areas. To learn more, visit

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