November Reno-Tahoe luxury property and significant commercial sales.

November Reno-Tahoe luxury property and significant commercial sales.

We had another strong month selling luxury property here at Chase International.

“The east shore of Lake Tahoe had three sales over $1 million,” said Corporate Broker Sue Lowe, “and Chase had the most expensive sale for the month in this area at $5,250,000. Truckee had 22 sales over $1 million, Tahoe City had seven, Incline Village had 11, and Reno had 12 sales over $1 million. These are strong numbers considering that we’re in our shoulder season.”

Congratulations to our clients and agents who closed on the following luxury properties: (more…)

Chase International hosts luxury real estate agent panel presentation.

Chase International hosts luxury real estate agent panel presentation.

Wondering what it takes to become a luxury real estate agent? Recently, seven top-producing luxury agents at Chase International gathered in Reno to answer this very question. They shared tips, tricks and trends gleaned from attending several top luxury conferences this fall.

Kerry Donovan moderated the presentation. Leading the Donovan Group in Incline Village, NV, Kerry has been a luxury agent at Chase for over 15 years. She and her team have sold numerous luxury properties, including 21 lakefront estates on Lake Tahoe, the vast majority in Incline Village-Crystal Bay.  (more…)

Tiffany Ahrens and Gregg Moore create a culture of collaboration at Chase International Sparks office.

Tiffany Ahrens and Gregg Moore create a culture of collaboration at Chase International Sparks office.

Turning into D’Andrea Marketplace, I didn’t know what to expect visiting Chase International’s Sparks office for the very first time. On the outside, it seemed Tuscan. But walking through the door early one morning, I found myself someplace completely different—a vibrant, contemporary space.

My eye went right to the bold orange wall with the brushed steel logo that welcomes every visitor, then drifted to the workspaces beyond. Cream-colored ceilings and exposed beams, neutral tones with pops of orange and low walls for easy collaboration gave a sense of warmth, life and space. (more…)