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Zephyr Agents Dzhibrailova and Gullicksen Rank in THE THOUSAND

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- REAL Trends, Inc, in conjunction with The Wall Street Journal, just published its ninth annual THE THOUSAND list of America's top 1,000 real estate sales professionals and teams. Two top-producing agents at Zephyr Real Estate, Tanya Dzhibrailova and Tim Gullicksen, ranked high on that nationwide list at #187 and #196 respectively.

Dzhibrailova's sales volume of nearly $68 million in closed transactions made her Zephyr's Company-wide Top Producer in 2013, and placed her at #187 in the nation. Gullicksen's sales volume just over $66 million made him Zephyr's Pacific Heights Office Top Producer in 2013, and ranked him at #196 nationally.

Dzhibrailova is dedicated to continuing education and professional development as evidenced by her many achievements. She has earned the designations of Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Graduate REALTOR Institute (GRI), Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES), and Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR), as well as e-PRO and Green certifications. Additionally, she is highly rated on Yelp with over 125 five-star reviews from satisfied clients.

Gullicksen has been a top-producing agent since his first year in the business. Tim earned a B.A. in Political Science and History from U.C. Berkeley. He earned his teaching credential from JFK University in Orinda, and, after years spent in the classroom, brings an educational approach to real estate. He has been the top-rated REALTOR on Yelp.com in San Francisco for the past 3 years, and this is the second year he earned national recognition on THE THOUSAND list.

"Congratulations to Tanya and Tim on their amazing success," commented Randall Kostick, President of Zephyr Real Estate. "Their dedication, enthusiasm and creativity are truly inspiring, and we wish them much continued success in the future."

Steve Murray, Publisher of REAL Trends, stated: "Given that the national averages are less than 10 closed transactions and less than $1.2 million in closed volume per agent or team, these results speak to the extraordinary success of THE THOUSAND."

THE THOUSAND is divided into four categories, each listing the top 250 designees: Individual Agent - Sales Volume; Individual Agent - Transaction Sides; Agent Team - Sales Volume; and Agent Team - Transaction Sides. An abridged list of the 2014 designees is published in The Wall Street Journal and a complete listing is available online at www.thethousandrealestateprofessionals.com.

About Zephyr Real Estate
Founded in 1978, Zephyr Real Estate is San Francisco's largest independent real estate firm with nearly $1.8 billion in gross sales in 2013 and a current roster of more than 250 full-time agents. In 2010, Zephyr launched its new website, which has earned two web design awards, including the prestigious Interactive Media Award. Zephyr Real Estate is a member of the international relocation network, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World; the luxury real estate network, Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate; and the local luxury marketing association, the Luxury Marketing Council of San Francisco. Zephyr has six strategically located offices in San Francisco, a business center in Marin County, two brokerage affiliates in Sonoma County, and serves a large customer base throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information, visit http://www.zephyrsf.com.

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Zephyr Real Estate
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