Julie Split-Keyes named ‘Agent of the Month’

Herb Josepher, manager of Prudential California Realty’s Del Mar Village office, recently announced that Julie Split-Keyes was named salesperson of the month for March 2010. “Julie is an accomplished professional with vast experience in the real estate business,” said Josepher. “She is an exceptionally versatile agent; knowledgeable about multiple aspects of the industry.”

A consistent top producer, Split-Keyes’ diverse background in real estate encompasses the listing, leasing and sale of residential, commercial, and industrial property. Before she decided to focus on the purchase and sale of residential real estate, she successfully managed over $30 million in commercial and residential construction projects.

Split-Keyes is known for providing her clients with useful information and comprehensive research about their transaction, and for making herself available to them seven days a week. “I take great pride in the quality of service I provide for my clients,” she said. “I love the thrill that comes from delivering a positive return for my sellers, and from matching my buyers with the ideal property for their specific needs.”

Throughout her 26 years in the real estate business, Split-Keyes has worked to improve the level of representation she offers her clients, by advancing her knowledge of the industry. She earned the eCertified designation, to refine her technological skills, and the Certified Auction Specialist designation to strengthen her understanding of the advantages and logistics of selling or buying at auction.

By providing her clients with useful guidance and valuable advice about multiple facets of real estate, Split-Keyes has become a trusted resource for an expansive base of clientele. She credits her success to her commitment to ethical business practices and proficiency with the latest technology, which helps her stay connected with her clients.

Julie Split-Keyes can be contacted through Prudential California Realty’s Del Mar office, at 858-735-6754

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