C. Dan Joyner History
C. Dan Joyner opens C. Dan Joyner Real Estate with three employees in the old Lawyer’s Building on East North Street in Greenville.
Danny Joyner is born in Greenville.
C. Dan Joyner sells company to Merrill Lynch, staying on as president.
David Crigler joins the company.
After Prudential buys Merrill Lynch’s real estate interests, C. Dan Joyner and partners buy back companies in the Carolinas, forming Prudential Greater Carolinas.
Danny Joyner joins the company.
Danny Joyner starts commercial division.
C. Dan Joyner buys out partners, forms Prudential C. Dan Joyner.
Gov. David Beasley awards C. Dan Joyner the Order of the Palmetto, the state’s highest civilian honor.
C. Dan Joyner is named National Prudential Broker of the Year and joins the Prudential Hall of Fame.
C. Dan Joyner earns the National Association of Realtors Distinguished Service Award
Danny Joyner becomes president, David Crigler becomes executive vice president.
C. Dan Joyner dies at age 74.
Company affiliates with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. Now operates as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner REALTORS.
Company achieves $1 billion in sales volume for the second time in company history. Named SC Top Workplace.
Company achieves $1 billion in sales volume for the third time in company history. Named SC Top Workplace for second consecutive year.
Company achieves $1 billion in sales volume for the fourth time in company history. Named SC Top Workplace for third consecutive year with special recognition for Best Training Program, across all industries, in the state.