Pleasanton Weekly

News - April 2, 2010

Local real estate office wins national recognition

Coldwell Banker named 8th top producer in U.S.

by Jeb Bing

Coldwell Banker's residential brokerage office in Pleasanton has been named eighth among the top-producing offices nationwide for the national real estate firm.

Coldwell Banker has more than 750 offices in the United States. The firm's Berkeley office ranked third and the Pleasanton office was eighth among "small" offices with 1 to 35 sales associates. The Oakland-Piedmont office ranked 10th among offices with 36 to 50 sales associates. All offices were recognized for total gross commission.

"This is a tremendous accomplishment for the Berkeley, Pleasanton and Oakland-Piedmont offices," said Rick Turley, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. "These offices represent areas of the East Bay that are significant to Bay Area real estate, and our agents consistently go above and beyond what's expected to help their clients. We're proud to have them honored for their excellence."

Turley said the East Bay is very diverse when it comes to real estate buyers and sellers.

"Clients are looking to buy everything from foreclosed properties to multi-million dollar homes, so it's important that our agents be experts on the neighborhoods they represent," he added. "I am happy to see them recognized for their continued efforts and top performance."

Last year Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's Berkeley office recorded more than $133 million in home sales and represented nearly 300 buyers and sellers. The Pleasanton office recorded more than $117 million in sales and handled more than 280 transactions. The Oakland-Piedmont office recorded more than $164 million in sales and handled more than 360 transactions.

The Pleasanton office, led by Manager Will Butler, is located at 5980 Stoneridge Dr.


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