August 4th, 2014 at 10:30 am
Gregg and Debbie Neuman, of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties’ Downtown San Diego office, were recently named to The Thousand for 2014, a prestigious list compiled by The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends, Inc. to honor the nation’s top real estate agents and teams. Gregg and Debbie Neuman’s sales production and number of transactions also made them two of Real Trends Best Real Estate Agents in California for 2014.
As the leaders of the Neuman & Neuman real estate team, Gregg and Debbie Neuman have earned a reputation for the integrity and professionalism they bring to their clients’ transactions. The results speak for themselves, as they have achieved a closed sales volume in excess of $2 billion over the course of their career, with over 5400 successful transactions.
“The fact that Gregg and Debbie have led the San Diego market for more than 33 years is no accident,” said Nelson White, manager. “Their negotiating and marketing skills are superlative and they never miss an opportunity to go beyond the call of duty on behalf of their clients.”
Committed to provide their clients with a positive experience and a successful closing for their transactions, Gregg and Debbie Neuman carefully manage all of the details and constantly research the latest updates in real estate. Their team includes a Fine Homes division, a number of full-time staff members and a group of professional buyer specialists—all focused on providing a superior standard of client care.
The Neuman & Neuman team has made a considerable impact on the San Diego community over the years, as they have consistently their time, effort and funds to support local charities. Their office is located on 5th Avenue in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego.
July 28th, 2014 at 4:21 pm
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices announced recently that the La Jolla office is ranked #1 nationwide for sales production through the first quarter of 2014. The announcement caps off more than a decade of success for the La Jolla office, as it has ranked #1 for sales production for nine of the last 11 years, out of the company’s vast network of offices in North America.
“La Jolla is a beautiful area with a great climate and incredible work opportunities, so people will always want to live here,” explained Nicki Marcellino, manager and vice president of the San Diego County region. “What sets us apart is our agents, and the quality of the support that they provide for their clients.”
The results speak for themselves, as the La Jolla office has been #1 in La Jolla and San Diego for its sales for 14 consecutive years, for all brokerages providing residential services. “When people have a good experience, they want to go back and they want to tell their friends about it, so we are very proud of this accomplishment,” added Marcellino.
July 25th, 2014 at 11:05 pm
With nearly $29,000 raised for a new bike for Lance Weir, a Marine Corps Reservist who was paralyzed in a diving accident, the Lancelot Ride supported by Carlos Gutierrez of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, The Charitable Foundation, Hall of Famer Bill Walton and many other volunteers was a tremendous success. A picturesque, two-day cycling tour through Temecula’s wine country, the event featured a free wine tasting, live music, dinner, and a massage for each participant.
Weir is known for his tireless efforts to serve the community. As a part of Operation Rebound, he often participates in events such as the Million Dollar Challenge, a 600-plus mile bike ride down the California coast to benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation. This fall will be the third consecutive year that he will be competing in the event with Team Lori and Bill Walton.
In spite of the almost constant difficulties presented by Weir’s 70 pound tandem bike, Team Lori and Bill Walton never failed to complete the race or serve as a constant source of inspiration for everyone involved. Last year they were the top fundraiser, with over $160,000; they are hoping to exceed that total this year.
The need for a new bike for Weir was reinforced when his current bike met its doom 25 miles into the first day of the event. Luckily the totals for the event surpassed the funds required, so Jose Doval and Matt Hoffman, with help from Holland Cycles, will now be proceeding with the building of new custom bike for Weir.
July 14th, 2014 at 7:32 pm
Regional Vice President of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Scott MacDonald welcomes Mariana Donahue. “Mariana is an educated professional with great networking skills and an eye for design,” says MacDonald. “This will allow her to deliver optimal results for her sellers and find excellent deals for her buyers.”
Donahue gained an interest in real estate from her experiences conducting personal transactions. Having purchased and sold both primary residences and investment properties, where she supervised each phase of the design and remodeling process, she developed a talent for visualizing the potential of a space and a capacity for maximizing a home’s aesthetic appeal.
Donahue also credits her mother, who was in real estate, for inspiring her to focus on residential purchases and sales. “I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity to learn about the industry from a young age,” says Donahue. “This has given me a belief in the importance of listening carefully to people, which is essential to helping them identify their needs and goals for the future.”
July 7th, 2014 at 10:48 pm
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties announced today that Kanyen “Connie” Tye has joined the Irvine office. “Connie is poised for a very bright future in real estate,” says James Cameron, manager. “Her understanding of the art of property management and excellent problem solving skills make her a trusted advisor to every client she assists.”
Formerly an adjunct professor of Mathematics at Miramar College, Tye explains that she chose to move into residential sales to combine her love for helping others achieve their goals with her passion for real estate. Raised in a family with a real estate background in Taiwan, she developed a talent for negotiating from her numerous experiences conducting personal transactions and managing rental properties.