This August, we celebrated two major milestones as a company: 1) our 10th anniversary; and 2) being named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in the United States. It is the third consecutive year that we have been named to the list and we hold the distinct honor of being the only real estate firm in Charleston to receive this year’s award.
“We are thrilled and humbled by our inclusion on this prestigious list,” said Robertson Allen, company co-founder and broker-in-charge. “We are fortunate to live and work in a city as great as Charleston; and we are so thankful to have worked with such wonderful clients over the past ten years who have helped us grow into the company we are today.”
When Jimmy Dye and Robertson Allen started The Cassina Group back in 2006, they could only dream that it would grow into the company it has become today.
“We knew we wanted to create a real estate company that was different than any other firm in Charleston,” said Jimmy Dye, company co-owner and broker-in-charge. “By balancing traditional real estate models with unique marketing and emerging technology, we have created an innovation-driven company that continues to grow and evolve with the changing market.”
The vision behind our company remains and we’ve established a reputation for delivering stronger results through leading-edge technology and building lasting relationships. By recruiting and retaining top talent, we’ve built a company of dedicated, full-time agents who are highly educated and knowledgeable about the real estate market.
“We attribute our success to our outstanding team of REALTORS and staff,” said Owen Tyler, Managing Broker and broker-in-charge of The Cassina Group. “They are passionate about a great real estate event and among the most professional and committed in their field.”
Thanks again to all our clients, REALTORS and staff who have contributed to an outstanding 10 years. We look forward to more good things to come!
And here’s a little bit more about the Inc. 5000 list in their own words…