Several top residential real estate sellers were omitted inadvertently from a list that appeared in the June 23 issue. These include Rhonda Williams at Doug Wilkinson Realty Co. in Jacksonville, No. 83 at $8.5 million; Lynden Polk, at Crye-Leike Realtors in Rogers, No. 84 at $8.4 million; Doris Underwood at Underwood Real Estate in Heber Springs, No. 112 at $7.61 million; Lou Barsotti at Crye-Leike Realtors of Bryant, No. 139 at $7.08 million; and Carroll Threet at Threet Real Estate in East End, No. 187 at $6.02 million.
Bobbie Miller, a top seller at Bradford & Udouj Realtors in Fort Smith, was listed with her former employer and was incorrectly listed as a sales team. Her individual sales ranked No. 9 among residential agents at $17.47 million.
Three other top agents also were incorrectly listed as part of selling teams when they actually sold solo. These were Casey Jones at The Janet Jones Co. in Little Rock (No. 2, $37.37 million); Sean Morris at Walker & Associates Realtors in Centerton (No. 4, $30.1 million); and Kendall Riggins at Crye-Leike Realtors in Springdale (No. 5, $26.61 million).
Kathi and David Merritt, No. 31 among residential sales teams at $10.39 million, are with Re/Max Advantage Realtors of Searcy. They were listed with the wrong company. The 2007 production for Becky Bien of Crye-Leike Realtors in Little Rock was $7.35 million (No. 123). Her company submitted an inaccurate figure.
Amy Pierce is vice president of lending at Delta Trust & Bank. Her employer was incorrectly reported in the list of graduates of Leadership Greater Little Rock Class XXIII in the June 23 issue of Arkansas Business.
An article in the June 30 issue of Arkansas Business about the city of Rector advocating for a historic district should have said business owners will be eligible to seek a 20 percent federal tax credit for rehabilitating historic buildings in a historic district. The business owners will have to follow certain guidelines to get the credit.