Moab Premier Properties changes ownership, location
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Local realtors (from left) Sue Shrewsbury, Rarni Schultz, LuDean Merritt, Saina, Janie Tuft, Doug McElhaney, Stephanie Cluff, Kelly Stelter, Dave Bierschied, Danette Johnson, Barbara Holcomb, Britt Barton, Suzanne Lewis, Deanne Holyoak, Nita and Bryon Walston and Nicole Bierschied recently helped Moab Premier Properties celebrate changes in ownership and office location. Courtesy photo
Local realtors (from left) Sue Shrewsbury, Rarni Schultz, LuDean Merritt, Saina, Janie Tuft, Doug McElhaney, Stephanie Cluff, Kelly Stelter, Dave Bierschied, Danette Johnson, Barbara Holcomb, Britt Barton, Suzanne Lewis, Deanne Holyoak, Nita and Bryon Walston and Nicole Bierschied recently helped Moab Premier Properties celebrate changes in ownership and office location. Courtesy photo
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Each Wednesday the realtors from all six Moab real estate companies go on property tours, viewing the new listings on the market. Last week, the tour finished at Moab Premier Properties’ (MPP) new office for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and an open house to announce and celebrate some new changes for the company.

Moab Premier Properties was celebrating getting settled into new office at 1075 S. Main St., Suite B. With this location change came more changes. Tom Shellenberger, the former owner of Moab Premier Properties, sold the company to new owner Bryon Walston and his wife, Nita.

During his five years in the real estate business, Walston’s sales have topped more than $1 million, according to a news release from Moab Premier Properties, and Walston decided he had the time, experience and desire to move to the next level and purchase the company.

Schellenberger will continue as the principal broker and Janie Tuft as associate broker. Bryon Walston, Roger Schmidt, Deanne Holyoak, Wendy Flanders and Saina Carey will continue as sales agents for the company.

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