Realtor association opens Carmel Valley office

Leroy Patton

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The North San Diego County Association of Realtors celebrated the grand opening of its new Carmel Valley office April 20.

Festivities included refreshments, a raffle, prizes, games, demonstrations, store discounts and more.

The association has five locations throughout North County and provides real estate professionals with education development, sales tools, networking opportunities, housing statistics and access to the Multiple Listing Service.

Visit www.nsdcar.com.

Photos: Jon Clark

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