Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Honors 19 Top Producing Peninsula Realtors

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Burlingame

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, the leading provider of real estate services in the Bay Area, announced today that 19 of its top-producing Peninsula area Realtors have ranked in the top 1 percent of the company’s agents in Northern California for 2010 sales.  That’s the most of any region in Northern California.

Earning the coveted honor were Realtors Keri Nicholas and Tom LeMieux of the company’s Menlo Park-Santa Cruz Avenue office; Hugh Cornish, Elaine White, Lynn Jason Cobb and Hanna Shacham of the Menlo Park-El Camino office; Kristin Cashin (Menlo Park Valparaiso); Tom Neel and Jim Arbeed (Burlingame); Scott Dancer and Erika Demma (Woodside); Ginny Kavanaugh (The Kavanaughs) (Portola Valley); Nancy Goldcamp (Palo Alto Downtown); Patty Dwyer (Burlingame North); David Young (Redwood City-San Carlos); Debbie Wilhelm (San Mateo); Lan Bowling and John Chung (Palo Alto Midtown); and Anna Ow (San Mateo Downtown).  In achieving the top 1 percent level, the agents outpaced more than 3,600 sales associates in Northern California.

“Our Peninsula offices are filled with some of the most dedicated and hard working real estate professionals in Northern California,” said Rick Turley, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.  “These 19 agents have risen to the top of a highly competitive market and their talents are to be commended.  They are incredibly deserving of this honor.”

In addition to ranking in the top 1 percent, the agents will proudly carry the title of Coldwell Banker International President’s Premier or Premier Team – the highest honors within the organization.

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