Truckee Realtor tops list of Coldwell agents across Sacramento-Tahoe
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage recently announced that Truckee Realtor Christy Curtis was named the company’s No. 1 agent for the Truckee Tahoe area and all the Sacramento-Tahoe region for sales last year.
This marked the third straight year Curtis and her business partner, Jane Sheppard, known as Christy Curtis and Crew, were the top sales team for Sacramento-Tahoe. In addition, Curtis ranked 30th in all of Northern California for the region’s largest real estate company.
“I’m honored to receive this recognition, but honestly I just love what I do and feel fortunate to be able to practice my profession in such an incredibly beautiful area,” Curtis said. “I really enjoy helping home buyers and sellers achieve their real estate dreams and get connected with this breathtaking region.”
Last year, Curtis, who works in the Truckee and Glenshire offices, had more than 90 transactions and a total sales volume of $57.7 million. She surpassed more than 3,900 agents from Lake Tahoe to the Monterey Peninsula, and 86,000 Coldwell Banker sales associates around the world as one of the company’s top 1 percent sales associates.
“Christy is without a doubt one of the most talented and respected real estate professionals in the entire Lake Tahoe area,” said Kris Vogt, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. “Year after year, she ranks among the top agents — not just in Tahoe, but throughout California and the U.S.”
Mike Lombardi, manager for Coldwell Banker’s Truckee and Tahoe offices, called Curtis “the ultimate professional.”
“She has an incredible amount of knowledge about Tahoe housing market, and the best way to market each property she handles,” he said. “But beyond that, she has a true passion for delivering incredible client service. That’s why she’s in such demand from the most discerning clients. We congratulate her and her team on this well-deserved honor.”
Appreciating all aspects of living in the Truckee area, Curtis combines that passion with philanthropic works. She loves to go hiking through the woods in the summers and is an active supporter of the Truckee Trails Foundation.
Curtis is a founding member of the “Queen of Hearts Foundation,” which issues grants in a variety of interests like education, arts, environment, animal welfare, health and more. Curtis is the past president of the Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce and is proudly serving her sixth year as a director.
To contact Christy Curtis and Crew, call 530-587-2856, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit christycurtis.com.
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