Del Mar Real Estate Team celebrates ‘Incredible Sales Year and Clients from Coast To Ranch’

Sean Current, Vulaykha Osmani, Austin Ashline

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“Bountiful Fall Festivities” party was held Nov. 11 at Zel’s Del Mar to celebrate Powerhouse Properties’ growth and banner sales year, and to introduce the team’s sponsorship of The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy.

Powerhouse Properties (www.PowerhousePropertiesCA.com) is a local real estate sales team operating under the Masterpiece Realty Associates brokerage in Del Mar. The team has been selling real estate for over 60 combined years and is closing its fourth year as Powerhouse Properties with projected sales of nearly $30 million for 2013.

The team members are Del Mar and Rancho Santa Fe residents, with three of the members (Tracy Weaver, John Wilcox and Sandi Weaver) having grown up in Del Mar and graduated from Torrey Pines High School.

Photos/Jon Clark

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