Work & Money Briefs: Tuesday, July 10, 2012

RE/MAX expands to Bullhead City

KINGMAN - Dwayne Patterson's RE/MAX Prestige Properties recently expanded to Bullhead City. Patterson now owns Prestige Properties offices in Kingman, Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City.

The Bullhead City office is the largest real estate brokerage in the county, with more than 50 licensed Realtors.

Since the start of 2012, the office has compiled a transaction sale volume of over $65 million.

Riley elected to association board

LAKE HAVASU CITY - Mohave State Bank, subsidiary of State Bank Corp., announced that its president and CEO, Brian M. Riley, was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Bankers Association at its 109th Annual Convention held June 10-12.

Riley joined Mohave State Bank in April 2008 and has served as its president and CEO since April 2009. He is a 28-year veteran in community banking and previously served on the Board of Directors of the California Bankers Association from 2001-2004.

Davis enhances resume with GRI

KINGMAN - Century 21 Barbara Ricca Realty Kingman sales associate James Davis recently added the Graduate REALTOR Institute Designation to his resume.

Davis successfully completed the GRI Designation which is for residential real estate agents who want a solid base of information for their practice.

"My goal is to continue my education and gather as much information as I can to better serve my clients in today's ever-changing real estate market," Davis said.