Michael Taylor earns Service Excellence Award

Michael Taylor, of Prudential California Realty’s Rancho Santa Fe office, was recently named the recipient of his office’s Gold Service award. The prestigious award is presented to the agent who best exemplifies the essence of professionalism, knowledge and support to their clients and peers.

“I am honored and humbled to be voted the recipient of this award by my colleagues in the Rancho Santa Fe office,” said Taylor. “This is one of my most cherished achievements.”

Herb Josepher, manager of Prudential’s Rancho Santa Fe offices, remarked that, “It is a privilege to work with Mike. His educational and real estate banking background give Mike an unparalleled understanding of our industry. This matched with his dedication to service and research, has consistently enabled him to be one of the nation’s leading real estate professionals.”

A resident of the Rancho Santa Fe area for the past 24 years, Taylor joined Prudential in 1997 to partner with an established top producer. Together with their team of associates, Taylor has consistently ranked in the top 10 or higher for their sales production, out of Prudential’s 60,000 agents nationwide.

With his Juris Doctorate degree and over 19 years of experience as a senior real estate banking executive, Taylor’s extensive financial and management background includes managing a loan and real estate portfolio with assets totaling approximately $2 billion. His comprehensive understanding of both the real estate and financial industries has allowed him to successfully facilitate the objectives of his clients, regardless of economic conditions.

Before he entered the real estate business, Taylor managed one of the largest branches of a major financial institution while at the same time working to earn his Juris Doctorate degree. He was quickly promoted to a senior executive position, in recognition of his natural talent for the business and tenacious work ethic. Taylor’s decision to focus on residential purchases and sales was motivated by a passion for residential homes, an in-depth understanding of the complexities of million dollar real estate transactions and an affinity for solving problems and assisting people achieve their real estate selling and buying goals.

Michael Taylor, and his team can be reached at (858) 759-5950.

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