National recognition for Harden and Wright

Herb Josepher, manager of Prudential California Realty’s Del Mar office, is pleased to announce that Lisa Harden and Danielle Wright achieved national recognition for their outstanding sales performance last year. Together with their team of associates, Harden and Wright earned the Chairman’s Circle Diamond award, a feat that ranks them in the top half of 1 percent of Prudential’s 60,000 agents nationwide.

“Lisa and Danielle are highly resourceful agents with proven leadership skills,” said Josepher. “Their determination to provide an exceptional standard of representation has resulted in an incredible track record of sales awards.”

Harden and Wright offer their clients the benefits of nearly 30 years of combined experience in San Diego’s real estate market. Over the years they have established a reputation in the community for their professionalism, passion for the business and focus on exceeding the expectations of their clients.

“Receiving sales awards is nice,” said Lisa Harden. “However our main focus has always been on building long-term relationships with our clients and colleagues.”

Known for providing personalized attention, honest advice and pertinent information, Harden and Wright have developed a solid business based on referrals and repeat transactions. They are widely respected for their integrity, negotiating skills, marketing proficiency and attention to detail.

Harden and Wright leverage the diverse backgrounds and talents of five buyer’s specialists, as well as a full-time marketing and escrow coordinator, to provide comprehensive assistance for clients with a broad array of needs. They credit their consistent achievements in the sales arena to their commitment to carefully manage and research every aspect of their clients’ real estate transactions.

Lisa Harden and Danielle Wright can be contacted through Prudential California Realty’s Del Mar office, at 858-793-6106, via email at info@WrightHarden.com, or on the web at www.WrightHarden.com.

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