Kerry Kayajanian joins the Rande Turner Group at Willis Allen Del Mar office

Kerry Kayajanian has joined the Rande Turner Group at Willis Allen Real Estate in the Del Mar office located at 1424 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, 92014.

Kerry Kayajanian

Kayajanian currently resides in Solana Beach with her son, daughter and husband. Kayajanian has been active as a builder, recently completing a new home in Cardiff.  Prior to building homes she was head of human resources at a company based in the San Francisco Bay area. She is a graduate of Cal State Northridge, having also attended UCSB.

As the newest member of the Rande Turner Group real estate team, Kayajanian is focusing her expertise on listing, selling and leasing all types of properties in Cardiff, Encinitas Highlands, Solana Beach and Leucadia. Whether working with buyers or sellers, Kayajanian is committed to providing excellent service and support.

Kayajanian has been an active volunteer at the National Charity League (NCL) in Encinitas which provides food, clothing and blankets to the Encinitas Community Center, as well as assistance to military families. She has a passion for surfing, working out at CardifFit and walking the family dog, Ben, on the beach in Cardiff.

To reach Kerry Kayajanian, contact or (760)715-3110; The Willis Allen Real Estate office is located at 1424 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar.

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  2. Deborah Moceri joins Willis Allen Real Estate’s Del Mar Branch
  3. Willis Allen Real Estate’s Del Mar branch welcomes Realtor Michelle L. Seda
  4. Willis Allen agent achieves coveted certification
  5. Santistevan joins DM office

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