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CENTURY 21 Troop Real Estate and CENTURY 21 Everest Realty Group Now CENTURY 21 Everest

CENTURY 21 Troop Real Estate and CENTURY 21 Everest Realty Group Now CENTURY 21 Everest

Real Estate Powerhouse with 16 Offices and 1,000 Agents in Utah and California Further Aligns its Mission to Defy Mediocrity and Deliver Extraordinary Experiences.

George Morris, Chief Executive Officer of Century 21 Troop Real Estate in California and Century 21 Everest Realty Group in Utah, announced today that effective immediately both companies will do business as Century 21 Everest. This name change will align the legacy and culture of delivering consistently high-quality services to homebuyers and sellers in both states.

“With the CENTURY 21 rebranding that recently occurred, we believe now is the opportune time to bring our companies together under a unified name and culture,” Morris said. “This will allow us to better deliver quality, consistency, and strength throughout the markets we serve.”

Morris also serves as CEO of parent company The Everest Group and made the announcement along with Sr. Vice President John Ciet and President Rick Davidson. Ciet also serves as President of CENTURY 21 Everest in California.

“As the market leader in Ventura County, where we have served as a trusted real estate resource for over 30 years, we are excited about the new look and feel we are offering our incredible team of agents,” Ciet said. “This new branding will assist us in delivering world-class marketing to the valued real estate clients we serve, as we showcase their properties to the global marketplace.”

Davidson added additional insight into the decision for the name change in California.

“We have deep respect for the Troop name and what it represents in the community,” Davidson said. “We remain committed to building on the legacy as we continue to grow forward to find innovative ways of serving today’s dynamic marketplace.”

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