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Senada Adzem Named Douglas Elliman 2012 Top-Producing Agent in Florida

$50 Million Sales Volume Places Adzem in Firm's National Pinnacle Club Recognizing Top 10 Individuals by Gross Commission Income

BOCA RATON, Fla., Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Senada Adzem, Director at Douglas Elliman in Florida (www.senadaadzem.com) has been named the firm's top-producing residential real estate agent in the state with 2012 sales volume of over $50 Million. This achievement has earned Ms. Adzem a highly-coveted spot on Douglas Elliman's Pinnacle Club, an annual achievement award which honors the company's Top 10 Individuals and Teams.

"Senada is that rare professional who brings experience, client-focused attention and dedication to the industry to deliver unparalleled results for herself, her clients and the company," said Vanessa Grout, CEO of Douglas Elliman in Florida.

Adzem joined Douglas Elliman in Florida on January of 2012 from Corcoran Group Real Estate, where she had solidified her reputation as a record breaker in the luxury market. She is a trusted real estate advisor to high net worth individuals and global leaders in business, entertainment and diplomacy.

"The synergies I've found by working so closely with the Douglas Elliman teams in Florida and New York have enabled me to achieve the success I have," Adzem said. "With each sale, I credit the entire organization with laying the foundation for me to perform at my peak and deliver the best possible outcomes for my clients, whether they're buying or selling."

In her six years in the luxury residential real estate business, Adzem has sold more than $200 million in residential properties. At her previous firm, Adzem was among the top 1% of sales producers – from among more than 45,000 agents worldwide. Adzem began her real estate career in 2003, when she was named Vice President of Trump International and became the creative force behind marketing Donald J. Trump's condominium developments, including Trump Fort Lauderdale and Trump Soho.

Her recent sales include such a $24.6 million sale in July 2012 at St. Regis Bal Harbour, and a $10.4 million sale of an unfinished penthouse One Thousand Ocean – which, at $1,500 per square foot, remains the highest PSF price paid for a condominium in Palm Beach County.

ABOUT DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

Since its founding in 1911, the name Douglas Elliman has been synonymous with the most exacting standards of excellence in the real estate industry. With unparalleled reach within Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties, as well as an association with 3,000 New York-based agents, Douglas Elliman Florida's primary focus is to exceed client expectations of service, performance and results.

For more information on Adzem's luxury properties in South Florida, please visit www.ellimanflorida.com/agents/senada-adzem

For media inquiries, contact Kim Morgan at 561-210-4411 or [email protected].

SOURCE Douglas Elliman

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