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Cathy Harry named Roseville/Rocklin office manager

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From page HS11 | October 04, 2013 |

Cathy Harry of Cameron Park has been promoted to office manager at Lyon Real Estate’s West Roseville/Rocklin office. Lyon Real Estate is the No. 1 brokerage in annual home sales in the greater Sacramento region.

Harry has more than 25 year of real estate experience. She spent the last six months learning the Lyon Real Estate Value Proposition, systems and processes while serving as the Sales Manager at both the West Roseville/Rocklin and Roseville offices — managing 180 sales associates.

In her new position, Harry will serve as part of Lyon Real Estate’s leadership team and will be responsible for growing market share in the West Roseville/Rocklin geographic area, as well as recruiting, training, engaging, mentoring and retaining office sales associates. She’ll also be responsible for all branch functions, including contract administration and budgeting.

“We are pleased to promote Cathy Harry within the Lyon Real Estate team,” said President and Chief Operating Officer Pat Shea. “Cathy’s extensive experience in real estate and leadership skills make her the ideal candidate to take the West Roseville/Rocklin office to the next level.”

Prior to her position at Lyon Real Estate, Harry was a California and Nevada managing broker in the Lake Tahoe/Truckee region. She has served as the president of the Tahoe Sierra Board of Realtors and was the Tahoe Sierra Broker/Realtor of the Year in 2001.

During her tenure with Prudential California Realty, Harry managed more than 100 sales associates and staff in seven regional offices, and was instrumental in growing the company from 17 to 29 offices in the Northern California region. She is the past president of Rotary Club of Truckee and is a current member of the Rotary Club of Roseville.

Harry attended Sacramento’s Anthony’s School of Real Estate, as well as American River College, for her real estate principles and brokers courses.

Lyon Real Estate is ranked the No. 1 brokerage in annual home sales in the greater Sacramento region and has served the area for 67 years. The company has 950 agents in 17 offices located throughout the region. Lyon Real Estate is a member of the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, the largest network of premier locally-branded firms, as well as LRE’s Luxury Portfolio International program. In addition to its real estate services, Lyon Real Estate offers RELO Direct, a global relocation program, and Lyon Property Management. For more information about Lyon Real Estate visit GoLyon.com.

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