Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colonial Homes San Miguel recently celebrated its one-year anniversary with a record-breaking home priced at U.S. $4.7 million. The company is co-owned by Greg Gunter and Alma Cecilia Ramirez.
San Miguel de Allende, designated as Condé Nast Traveler’s No. 1 City in the World three separate times, proves increasingly popular with high-net-worth individuals at or nearing retirement. However, sales-volume growth has been at both ends of the spectrum, from starter homes under the U.S. $400,000 mark to sales generally from U.S. $750,000 to U.S. $1.5 million. Their U.S. $4.7M listing is the city’s second highest asking price, according to the company.
“Celebrating our one-year anniversary this year is a truly meaningful milestone,” said Greg Gunter, owner of the first Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices franchise for the brand in Mexico, in a statement. “We are extremely proud and grateful for all our clients who have trusted us from the beginning to help with one of the biggest life decisions. The fact that our client bestowed their trust in us for such a record-breaking estate is enormous testament to our reputation.”
Cecilia Ramirez also commented on the company’s anniversary: “We have a gifted team of individuals who strive to deliver the best results, and I couldn’t be prouder of the work that has been produced over the past year.”
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