RE/MAX agent earns lifetime achievement award

Published 5:06 pm Thursday, September 7, 2017

Bonnie Lingerfelt, broker and co-owner of RE/MAX Advantage Realty, has been presented with the prestigious RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award, honoring highly successful agents earning more than $3 million in commissions and having completed at least seven years of service with the company. Less than six percent of all active agents in the RE/MAX network have achieved this distinguished award since its inception.

“Bonnie’s tireless dedication to serving her clients and her community has allowed her to achieve this high honor,” said Ed Viera, vice-president of the RE/MAX Carolinas Region.  “Winning this award is a significant accomplishment and we’re extremely proud that Bonnie is a member of the RE/MAX Network and continues to raise the bar in real estate.”

Lingerfelt has been working in the real estate industry since 2000 and has extensive experience in equestrian properties and fine country homes. In addition, Lingerfelt became a certified e-Pro for Internet Professionalism prior to technology becoming commonplace. Although her community involvement is extensive and her volunteer achievements are many, Lingerfelt named the following as most notable: Master of Foxhounds for Tryon Hounds since 1994, one of the founders of Foothills Equestrian Trail Association, and board member of Collinsville Trail Association. 

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– submitted by Donna Macy