Local Realtor member of Top 5

Coldwell Banker Realtor Nancy White, of the Rancho Santa Fe office, was recently accepted as a member of the Top 5 in Real Estate Network.

The Top 5 Real Estate Network aims to help consumers identify the more professional real estate agents in North America. To qualify, each member must first meet a stringent set of criteria, based on performance, educational and processional skills, and service to the consumer.

Members of the network are selected and managed by RISMedia, a news outlet for real estate industry issues for nearly 30 years. As a Member of the Top 5 Network, White is among the first real estate agents to be accepted into this elite organization.

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