Awards & Recognitions

October 2018 – DSRE sales associate Travis Steward has incredible success in Fairway Lakes at Duran in Viera, Florida

Travis Steward, sales associate with Dale Sorensen Real Estate, has successfully represented 33% of the homes sold in Fairway Lakes at Duran in the last 6 months and 18% of the homes sold in the last year. Steward also has two additional listings in the neighborhood under contract, which when closed, will equal 50% of the homes sold in the last 6 months.

Steward represented the seller for the sold listings at 6606 Arroyo Drive and 6595 Arroyo Drive, Viera; the buyer at 6585 Arroyo Drive, Viera; and the seller and buyer at 6576 Arroyo Drive, Viera.  His current listings are located at 6595 Arroyo Drive and 6576 Arroyo Drive, both in Viera.

The incredible success rate that Steward has experienced is a testament to his expertise and exceptional knowledge of the neighborhood and real estate market.  It also shows the strength of marketing and advertising that Dale Sorensen Real Estate offers its agents.

“In this tightening market with fewer homes to show, I know that buyers are looking for value and quality in great neighborhoods,” Steward said.  “Fairway Lakes is an extraordinary private, gated community on the #1 rated golf course in Brevard County with beautiful lakefront and golf course view homes.  There is a lot of interest in this desirable location.  Our ability to draw on the power of our marketing, our knowledge of the local market and our exceptional sales experience offers our clients a great real estate experience.”

Fairway Lakes is a community of 234 residences at Duran located in Viera, FL, close to Viera’s Town Center in Brevard County.

May 2018 – Town of Babylon Beautification Program names 10 new Junior Ambassadors and awards the first Annual Distinguished Service Award.

Ten students representing each hamlet in the Town of Babylon were inducted as Junior Beautification Ambassadors by Supervisor Rich Schaffer on Monday, May 14 at a special ceremony held at the new Argyle Theatre. The students were selected for their leadership skills, volunteerism, community service and dedication to helping others.

The Beautification Program was designed to help educate residents and businesses about the importance of keeping the township clean and beautiful through hands-on activities and events to promote environmental stewardship.  The program also offers an opportunity to assist those in need through community service.  The appointed Junior Beautification Ambassadors will not only promote the program initiatives, but also gain an understanding of issues impacting our neighborhoods, share their acquired knowledge with peers and help organize interactive volunteer events. The Junior Beautification Ambassadors will also assist the town in its quest to encourage volunteerism and stewardship and promote an appreciative and caring attitude toward our environment and needs of others in our community.

Over 100 guests attended the ceremony, including area school principals and superintendents, the Beautification Ambassador Committee, Chambers of Commerce and Civic Leaders as well as local elected officials (Presiding Officer D Gregory, Legislators Tom Donnelly and Kevin McCaffrey) and representatives (Ann Parmely, Senator Phil Boyle’s Office, Brendan Cunningham, Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre’s Office).  Special guest, retired NYS Assemblyman Robert Sweeney, was recognized for his establishment of the Global Youth Service Volunteer Program, which he instituted through the Town’s Beautification Program over 15 years ago.

At the ceremony, Supervisor Schaffer bestowed the first Annual TOB Beautification Program Distinguished Service Award to college student and concerned citizen Travis Steward of North Babylon, in recognition of his continuous dedication and community service, his ongoing volunteerism and support of the Beautification Program.