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Coldwell Banker honors 11 top producing agents

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From page C5 | April 16, 2012 |

SACRAMENTO — Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, the leading provider of real estate services in the Sacramento-Tahoe area, recently announced that 11 of its local sales associates ranked in the top 1 percent of the company’s agents in Northern California for 2011 sales.

Earning the coveted honor were Realtors Patricia Seide and Debi Ambroff of the El Dorado Hills office, Christy Curtis (Christy Curtis and Crew) of Truckee Glenshire, Janie Sharp & Kristi Hood (The Sharp Team) of Truckee-Tahoe Donner, Kendra Bishop (The Bishop Group) of Roseville/Granite Bay, Carlos Kozlowski of Sacramento-Sierra Oaks, Diane Pennisi and Terri Briggs of Elk Grove, Rich Cazneaux and Sue Olson ofSacramento Metro.

In achieving the top 1 percent level, the agents outpaced more than 3,600 sales associates in Northern California.

Among the highest producing agents, Seide ranked as No. 1 in the region and 39th in Northern California, Curtis and Crew second in the region, The Bishop Group third, Kozlowski fourth, Sharp fifth, Pennisi sixth, Cazneaux seventh, Olson eighth, Briggs ninth and Ambroff 10th.

“Our Sacramento and Tahoe area offices are filled with some of the most dedicated and hard working real estate professionals in Northern California,” said Kris Vogt, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. “These 11 agents have risen to the top in a highly competitive market and their talents are to be commended.  They are incredibly deserving of this honor.”

In addition, Seide, Curtis, Bishop, Kozlowski, Sharp, Pennisi and their teams earned the Coldwell Banker International President’s Premier Team award — the highest honor within the organization. Cazneaux, Olson, Briggs and Ambroff will carry the title of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage President’s Elite.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in El Dorado Hills is located at 3860 El Dorado Hills Blvd., Suite 601, and can be reached at 916-933-1400. Led by Manager Katie Minor, the office incorporates a team of nearly 55 real estate professionals.

 

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