Prudential welcomes Horn

Herb Josepher, manager of Prudential California Realty’s Del Mar office, recently announced that Christie Horn joined his team of real estate professionals.

“Christie’s professional background and extensive personal experience in the real estate arena will ensure positive results and seamless transactions for her clients,” Josepher said.

Before she decided to focus on real estate as her full-time career, Horn earned a bachelor of science degree in psychology and a juris doctorate from University of San Diego School of Law. She has worked a high-level executive and general counsel for 25 years.

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