Keller Williams open house

Darin Charp, Samantha Barmasse, Dan Coppin

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Keller Williams Carmel Valley/Del Mar welcomed licensed real estate agents June 28 to 12780 High Bluff Dr., Suite 130, on June 28 for a Grand Opening Agent Open House Party.  Success and rapid growth required an office upgrade. After a $1 million renovation, the new location boasts upscale design and cutting edge technology. Visit www.kwcarmelvalley.com. Photo/Rob McKenzie

Photos: Jon Clark

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