Coldwell Banker’s Maria Weiss earns RCS Designation

Maria Weiss, an agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Del Mar has recently completed course work to earn the RCS-D designation as a Real Estate Collaborative Specialist – Divorce.

As an RCS-D Realtor, Maria Weiss is professionally trained to neutralize divorce real estate as a business transaction in the best interest of the house and each divorcing spouse. As the lead in a divorce Real Estate team, Maria also serves as project manager working with clients and their lawyers and can refer real estate and financial professionals specializing in divorce to assist with essential evidence of the house value. Such additional evidence is needed during the divorce process, especially before any property negotiation or mediation.

Maria is also certified as a Short Sale and Foreclosure Specialist. She is the current vice chair of the North San Diego Association of Realtors. For more information, visit

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