Coldwell Banker announces January’s ‘Outstanding Performance Award’ winners

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has recently announced the winners of January’s “Outstanding Performance Award” recipients. The coveted monthly award recognizes agents who meet and exceed exceptionally high transaction goals while providing unparalleled client service. It is a very special honor and exemplifies the high level of professionalism, consistency and productivity that Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has become synonymously known for within California.

Recipients for the prestigious award include: Rossana Pestana, London Fields, Lynn Joseph, Steve Friesen, John Goodell, Virginia Hall, Barbara Revak, Debbie McCauley, Candis Kolb, Tami Fuller, Catrina Russell, Jeff Jenkel, Eric Matz, George Cooke, Marilyn Hanes, Michelle Warner, Sharon Hall, Nancy Carter, Steve Ferreira, Jim Shultz &Irene Chandler, and Team Bourda.

“We not only look forward to their continued success but are extremely proud of the level of service and productivity for which these sales associates are being awarded,” said President and Chief Operating Officer of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Greater San Diego and Temecula Valley Regions Rick Hoffman.

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