Achievers & Accolades

Fayetteville Realtor announced as finalist for Real Estate Rookie of the Year

By Staff Report, posted 3 months ago
Alex McFadyen

Fayetteville realtor Alex McFadyen is receiving national recognition by being named as one of the Top 10 finalists for RISMedia’s Real Estate Rookie of the Year. 

McFadyen, who works for Coldwell Banker Advantage, is being considered based on his 2021 sales volume and transaction data, investment in professional education, technology prowess and community involvement.

According to a release from RISMedia, McFadyen’s rookie year in real estate was bolstered by a strong lead-generation strategy and coaching, along with his own unbridled enthusiasm.

“The biggest contributing factor to my success in my rookie year was my passion for real estate,” Mcfadyen said.  “I wake up every day knowing that I am able to do something that I love and it has helped me excel.”

Coldwell Banker Advantage General Manager Alan Tucker shared his support for Mcfadyen on social media stating “ We are extremely proud of Alex McFadyen. Alex has achieved this level of success through hard work, dedication and a commitment to quality service.” 

“My mentors at Coldwell Banker Advantage have also played a huge part in my success,” said McFadyen in a release. “The strong leadership at CBA has helped me grow not only as an agent, but as a person.” 

McFadyen said he appreciates that his career will never be boring. “What I love most about the real estate business is that every day is something new,” he said. “I enjoy all of the great people that I meet.”

RISMedia launched its inaugural Real Estate Rookie of the Year award, recognizing new agents for their accomplishments in 2021. The winner will be announced and awarded during RISMedia’s Power Broker Reception & Dinner on Nov. 11 in Orlando Florida during the annual NAR NXT the REALTOR Experience.

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