Another month has flown by and the holiday season is upon us. Although this is a busy time of year for everyone, we’d like to take a moment to welcome our newest agents. We’re pleased to have each one as part of our team.
Kevin Williamson – Kevin is a 13-year real estate professional and joins us as the manager of the Rancho Bernardo office. He has relocated to Rancho Bernardo from Riverside, his hometown, after managing a large real estate office in Rancho Cucamonga the past three years. He previously was manager and a top-producing agent at another large real estate firm in Riverside County.
Edward Darcel – Edward joins our San Diego Downtown Gaslamp office as a REALTOR®. His background in contracting construction gives him a unique perspective on the subtle details that go into quality home construction. “I’ve always had a real interest in homes, both the building and aesthetic qualities,” he said. “I also genuinely enjoy working with people and I look forward to helping families find their new homes.”
William Starling – We’re proud to welcome Bill Starling, REALTOR®-Broker Associate, to the La Mesa/El Cajon office. “Bill brings a level of true professionalism to our office,” said Branch Manager Chuck Sackett. “His commitment to helping his clients reach their goals is an inspiration and exemplifies the very best qualities of the people who work in our industry.”
Catherine Maranca – North San Diego County business professional Catherine Maranca has joined the Rancho Santa Fe Village office as REALTOR®-Sales Associate. “Catherine has a true love for architecture, interior design and homebuilding, and decided to marry all these areas in her career by transitioning to real estate from corporate technology,” said Rancho Santa Fe Village Office Manager Herb Josepher.
Liese Anderson – “Liese is an experienced, competent agent with years of real estate experience and 30-plus years in marketing and sales,” said San Clemente Office Manager Wayne Woodyard. “She is friendly, warm, upbeat and has great communication skills. We are pleased she has chosen to join our team of real estate experts.” Anderson, a San Clemente resident said, “I enjoy the fast pace of helping people reach their goals.”
Andrew Donnelly – Andrew joins the Downtown San Diego Gaslamp office. Andrew has an extensive background in international sales and marketing, as well as sales in print production and product placement,” Branch Manager Nelson White said. “”Andrew, a Los Angeles native who now lives in the greater San Diego area said, “My goal is to bring my strong work ethic to what I realize is the best real estate organization in the United States.”
Gaetano DiGrande – A San Carlos resident, Gus DiGrande joins the San Diego Downtown Gaslamp office. “My friends and colleagues describe me as very determined, hardworking and goal-driven”, Gus said. “As a new agent, I look forward to a very rewarding and satisfying career in residential real estate.”
Tania Smith – A former paralegal, Tania has made the transition to the real estate industry and joins our Rancho Santa Fe office. “Tania was born and raised in San Diego. Her knowledge of the local residential market, coupled with her paralegal background, are extremely beneficial to clients looking to buy or sell a home,” said Branch Manager Herb Josepher. “My previous experience guided my transition into wanting to help people with their real estate needs,” said Tania, a graduate of University of California, Berkeley.
Jay Johnson – As a 40-year real estate professional, Jay joins our Rancho Santa Fe office. “Jay has lived in Rancho Santa Fe for 25 years and has worked as a REALTOR®, developer, and sales and leasing agent for 40 years,” said Branch Manager Herb Josepher. “His deep knowledge of the profession and the region are great benefits for his clients as well as our office.”
Diana M. Haddad – “Thanks to her background in the apparel manufacturing and interior design industries, Diana brings an aesthetic appreciation to real estate transactions,” said Branch Manager Delorine Jackson. “Her clients find that her thoughts on how patterns and colors interact can help them imagine how good their prospective property will look.”
Everard Castaneda – A longtime San Diego resident, Everard has a bachelor of science degree in business administration and served as creative manager for the marketing department for Prudential Realty during the transition to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties. In addition to volunteering at the Alpha Project and the San Diego Food Bank, Everard enjoys traveling, archery and is an avid cyclist. “I’m really focused on helping individuals and families find the best home,” he said. “My marketing background helps me find my clients the best listings, and promote properties to the maximum number of potential buyers.”
May Markoza Pauls