NAI Horizon wins NAI Global President’s Award

NAI Horizon is a commercial real estate company with offices in Phoenix and Tucson. (Submitted Photo)

NAI Horizon in Phoenix received the NAI Global President’s Award for Major Market in recognition of its leadership, teamwork and performance.

The award recognizes NAI offices that have demonstrated a true commitment to the strategic vision of the enterprise by leading in action as evidenced by teamwork, leadership and/or business generation, according to a press release.

The award was presented at the 2018 NAI Global Convention in Austin, Texas.

“Under the leadership and direction of Terry Martin-Denning, NAI Horizon continues to demonstrate great commitment to NAI Global, and we are very proud of their achievements and contributions to the organization,” Jay Olshonsky, president of NAI Global, said in a prepared statement.

“They exemplify how our local market leadership is driving the NAI Global brand.”

NAI Horizon CEO and Designated Broker Terry Martin-Denning. (Submitted Photo)

Terry Martin-Denning, CEO and designated broker of NAI Horizon, said it was an honor to receive the award.

“We are committed to the continued growth of our firm with the right people,” she said in a prepared statement.

In the past year NAI Horizon has expanded its presence in the Valley with the addition of eight agents and numerous support staff members. It has bolstered its retail, office, property management, and investment sales divisions.

NAI Horizon’s broker ownership platform allows agents an opportunity to play a direct role in the company’s future. This creates a culture in which its agents can maximize their own business while benefiting from the resources of a global commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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