Heather Caden joins Coastal Premier Properties

Coastal Premier Properties recently welcomed new agent Heather Caden.

Caden comes from an extensive background in real estate including, but not limited to, being a certified distressed home specialist, giving her a wealth of knowledge in short sales and bank-owned homes, as well as traditional sales.

Heather Caden

Caden has also had 10 years of combined customer service experience and is eager and ready to help at all times. As she loves to help, she continuously goes above and beyond the expectations of her clients.  Caden’s passion for real estate combined with her positive attitude ensures the best possible results for her clients. In her spare time she enjoys playing golf and spending time with friends and family.

Coastal Premier Properties is located at 12625 High Bluff Dr. Suite 102, San Diego (Carmel Valley), 92130; 858-755-4663; www.Coastalpremieronline.com

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  3. Santistevan joins DM office
  4. Realtor Amy Cook achieves ReMax Platinum Club elite status — again!
  5. Real estate agent Laurie Perry helps clients through every aspect of home-buying process

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