Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices has declared its expansion in the west with the introduction of a fifth business.

The facility, which is based in Worland, Wyoming, is the firm’s fifth network company in the state and comes on the heels of the company’s recent expansion in North Carolina, Washington, and Colorado.

It will house Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hake Realty.

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Nikki and James Donahue are co-owners of the brokerage. As Hake Realty has done since 1915, the couple of 17 years and their staff of 13 agents will continue to serve the business, residential, and farm and ranch real estate markets in Washakie County and the neighboring areas.

Nikki Donahue said: “It was important for me to make this announcement during Women’s History Month, Today, women represent the industry majority in the United States, making up 67 percent of realtors. With a powerful female figure like Christy Budnick, we will continue to open many doors for women in this field.”

Christy Budnick, CEO of BHHS added: “The historic core of the Worland area and its surrounding areas is what makes this market prime for growth, Nikki and James have established a successful company that has set an industry-standard in their area and we are delighted to have Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hake Realty as a part of the brand’s global network.”

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hake Realty agents will continue to be a small-town business, but they will now be supported by the resources and technology of a worldwide brand to better serve clients as a result of their brand transformation.

James Donahue said: “Our mission has always been to create a network of professionals that set the standard in the industry, Aligning with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices will allow us to further meet this goal. We believe everyone deserves million-dollar service and the value of the renowned brand’s monumental global network and robust marketing resources will allow us to take our client experience to the next level.”

Source: RISMedia

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