New agent at Prudential

Prudential California Realty’s Del Mar office recently welcomed Gabriela Stratton.

“Her business savvy, ethics, and exceptional standing in the real estate community make her a valuable addition to our office,” manager Herb Josepher said of Stratton.

Stratton has a business degree from San Jose State University with a minor in human resources. She has more than 16 years experiences in listing and selling residential real estate.

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