Prudential Rancho Santa Fe earns nationwide recognition

Prudential Real Estate Affiliates recently announced that the Rancho Santa Fe office ranked number one, out of all of the Prudential Real Estate offices in the Western region with 41 – 75 agents, for sales production during the first quarter of this year.

“The agents I work with in Rancho Santa Fe exemplify Prudential’s high standards of professionalism and personal integrity,” said Herb Josepher, manager of the office.

Josepher credited the success of his agents to their exceptional skills, knowledge of the community and experience representing affluent clientele. “Rancho Santa Fe is a unique and distinctive region, where clients receive a substantial benefit from working with the local expert,” he said. “The agents in our office have established themselves as leaders in Rancho Santa Fe, by sharing statistical information and valuable insights about the area with their clients.”

Acknowledging that a large portion of transactions in the area involve the upper echelon of the real estate market, Josepher noted that the agents in his office have consistently focused on serving their clients with discretion and integrity. He added that, “The launch of Prudential’s Luxury Properties division has made a significant and positive impact on our ability to market fine homes and estates, both locally and internationally.”

By leveraging Prudential’s extensive connections and alliances in the luxury real estate market, highly collaborative agent network and proprietary contact lists, the Luxury Division provides a superior level of marketing for fine homes. Since the division was established in 2008, the company’s agents have closed over 1,500 luxury transactions, representing over $7 billion in sales volume.

To contact the best qualified Realtor, please contact Prudential California Realty’s Rancho Santa Fe office, at 858-759-5950.

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