Sierra Sotheby’s welcomes Breck Overall to Truckee office
TAHOE-TRUCKEE, Calif. — Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty recently welcomed Breck Overall to its Downtown Truckee office.
After 13 years in the hospitality and ski resort business in Colorado, Overall relocated to Lake Tahoe in 2003 to help open the new Village at Northstar, according to a press announcement, where he took on the role of Director of Operations and Owner Relations Manager for Tahoe Mountain Resorts Lodging.
Once the Village was complete and open, Overall moved on to real estate, where he enjoyed an 11-year career with Tahoe Mountain Realty.
He joins Sierra Sotheby’s along with his business partner, Deverie Acuff.
For more information, visit sierrasothebysrealty.com.
Katie Rice joins Guild Mortgage Co.
Top loan originator and Tahoe local Katie Rice and The Rice Team in Truckee recently joined Guild Mortgage Co., serving both California and Nevada.
Guild Mortgage Co. has been one of the fastest-growing independent mortgage banking companies in the country, generating a loan volume of $7 billion and servicing volume of $16 billion in 2014, according to a press announcement.
Katie Rice is a Mortgage Broker Associate and a Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist. She holds a BA in Business with an emphasis in Accounting.
She attributes her success since 2004 to the background in Financial Accounting and Business Administration as well as community involvement and personal relationships with associates and partners.
To learn more about The Rice Team, call 530-582-9991.
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