Coldwell adds representative

The Rancho Santa Fe office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage recently welcomed Amasa E. Lacy to its team, a release stated.

Lacy, a former soldier with the Army, says she uses the skills she developed there to assist her clients in buying or selling a home.

“I am a natural facilitator,” she said. “I listen to my clients and respond to their wants and needs with integrity so I can facilitate the best possible outcome.”

Lacy continues to stay informed of changes in the real estate industry and has completed many courses offered by Coldwell Banker. She specializes in the Rancho Santa Fe and north coastal areas such as Del Mar and Encinitas.

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