According to The Wall Street Journal, Overstreet holds North America's record for the highest residential real estate sale. In 2007, Overstreet sold the Forbes Trinchera ranch in Colorado for $175 million, which claims over 260 square miles, three mountains with sweeping heights of 14,000 feet and seemingly endless streams. Trinchera is not only the most sizable ranch in Colorado, but one of the largest remaining in the country. The sales price surpasses the $165 million listing for a Beverly Hills mansion once owned by William Randolph Hearst. While Trinchera marks a significant dollar's volume sales record, the initiative stands as only a small representation of the many landmark real estate initiatives managed by Overstreet throughout his career. When enabling deals of such magnitude, Overstreet's discretion has been prized by celebrities, heads of state and business leaders alike. To date, his successes remain unparalleled in the industry. Overstreet works around the world in service of legacy properties with great cultural, historical and environmental importance. He collaborates with the limited number of the world's elite, supporting their trophy purchases and liquidating their noteworthy assets.