Century 21 Real Estate has recognized Frank Riposta, a sales associate with Century 21 Semiao and Associates, as a nationwide top producer with the coveted Century 21 Masters Diamond Award.
“Frank places his real estate wisdom and passion for life into his everyday business, helping to make clients more comfortable with the real estate transaction as they make what may be the most significant purchase of their lives,” Fernando G. Semiao, broker/owner of Century 21 Semiao & Associates, said. “Frank is a valued and trusted real estate resource for the Northern Jersey community and a major contributor to the overall success of Century 21 Semiao & Associates and the Century 21 system as a whole.”
Throughout the years, Riposta has received prestigious awards including Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Producer from 2016-2021, the Master Emerald Award 2018-2020, the Centurion Producer 2016-2017, the Century 21 Presidents Award 2009-2017 — and he was inducted into The Century 21 Centurion Hall of Fame.
He also has been the recipient of the New Jersey Realtors Circle of Excellence Award — Silver Level — consecutively since 2015 and was the top sales associate in the Kearny office in 2021.
“It is truly an honor to receive the Masters Diamond Award and be recognized among such talented and dedicated group of real estate sales professionals,” Riposta said.
“The power of the Century 21 brand rests on the shoulders of the relentless sales professionals like Frank Riposta who always elevate and give 121% to their clients throughout the entire client relationship,” Michael Miedler, president and CEO of Century 21 Real Estate, said. “So as we celebrate their accomplishments we understand that delivering extraordinary experiences is what homebuyers, sellers and property investors deserve, and they should be demanding from their real estate company and agent of choice.”
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