In Business: Overstreet earns real estate honors |

In Business: Overstreet earns real estate honors

Aspen Times Staff Report
Aspen, CO Colorado

BASALT ” Mark Overstreet, managing partner of Chaffin Light Real Estate, has been named one of America’s top real estate professionals.

Overstreet is a member of “The Real Estate Top 200,” a national awards ranking sponsored annually by The Wall Street Journal, lore magazine and REAL Trends. Overstreet is now ranked in the top 1 percent of the more than 1.2 million realtors nationwide.

The Real Estate Top 200 rankings were announced this month at the National Association of Realtors’ annual conference in Orlando, Fla.

According to The Real Estate Top 200, Overstreet had sales volume totaling $175,000,000, ranking him one of the top 10 brokers in the nation.

Chaffin Light Real Estate has offices in Aspen, Snowmass Village and Basalt. Overstreet works out of the Basalt office.

Chaffin Light Associates’ developments include The Snowmass Club, The Roaring Fork Club, Park East, Lift One Lodge Aspen, Snowmass Mountain Club and Idarado Legacy all in Colorado, The Dunes Club in Florida, Resort Semiahmoo, in Washington, Callawassie Island, Spring Island and Chechessee Creek Club in South Carolina, Balsam Mountain Preserve in North Carolina and the Pawling Club in New York.

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