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The Stanfield Group Sparkles Once Again

April 10, 2012
First Team agent Sean Stanfield

First Team agent Sean Stanfield

What’s better than a diamond?  How about five diamonds, or better yet, make that five consecutive diamonds!  Orange County-based First Team® Real Estate announces that agent Sean Stanfield and his team have won the company’s Diamond Medallion Award for five years straight.

The Stanfield Group was named the top-producing team at the company’s recent 2011 Hall of Fame Awards Gala; they have secured the No. 1 spot since 1998. Last year, the team sold over $151 million-worth of property and closed 161 transactions. The team’s accolades don’t stop with Orange County – in 2010, The Wall Street Journal ranked the team fifth nationwide for sales volume.

The Stanfield Group specializes in residential and residential income property throughout Orange County with a special focus on the Orange County coastal area. They are adept at handling everything from traditional equity sales to short sales and bank-owned properties in all price ranges. Although short sales have the reputation of sometimes being difficult to close, Stanfield’s well established relationships with three of the largest banks means that his clients have a better-than-average ratio of finalizing a short sale in the quickest time possible. Clients also benefit from the team’s sizeable marketing budget that is evidenced by the full-page advertising spreads in the local newspapers as well as hundreds of online sites.

Sean Stanfield was born and raised in the area and his children attend local schools. He has a well defined affinity for Orange County that extends beyond business to philanthropic endeavors. He supports the community and many non-profit organizations, including foundations for cancer and Leukemia, and he readily acknowledges having a soft spot for children and schools. With his children actively involved in athletic programs, he has supported local high school teams with donations of uniforms and scoreboards.

Described by his clients and friends as charismatic, Stanfield’s likeability is further enhanced by his availability. Signs on his property listings give a number that rings to his personal cell phone, and although he has a large support team, he favors a personal connection, preferring to speak directly to his clients rather than through a team member.

All clients receive the same level of personalized service, whether they are buying or selling a condo or a large luxury estate, and Stanfield wouldn’t have it any other way.

“A real estate move can be an emotional experience,” Stanfield said. “In cases of financial hardship, a relocation, downsizing or even the purchase of an investment property can trigger an emotional response. My intention is to make each transaction as stress free as possible for my clients. I want them to enjoy a positive outcome no matter what the situation, and I’ll move mountains to do it if I have to.”

The always shifting housing market has been particularly challenging this past year, yet The Stanfield Group continued to achieve incredible sales for their clients. Cameron Merage, CEO and founder of First Team, attributes the team’s success to their creativity and guidance from their leader, Sean Stanfield.

“Sean’s guidance, skills and ability to motivate his team has resulted in a team that operates to perfection and delivers time and again impressive results for their clients,” Merage said.

To put Sean Stanfield and his award-winning and high-achieving team to work on your next sale or homebuying purchase, contact Sean Stanfield at (714) 421-3377, via email at or visit

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