Coldwell Banker names district management team
Coldwell Banker announced June 27 that it has named real estate veteran Barry Brown the Tahoe district manager and Daunielle Cutting the assistant manager of the company’s Tahoe District.
Brown will oversee operations in the seven Tahoe-Truckee regional offices, including Tahoe City Dollar Hill, Tahoe City Cobblestone, Tahoe City Downtown, Tahoe Donner, Truckee Commercial Row, Truckee Donner Pass and Truckee Glenshire. Brown will manage a total team of over 90 real estate professionals.
“Barry brings a diverse and exceptional combination of experience and education to the table,” said Avram Goldman, Coldwell Banker Northern California’s president and chief operating officer. “Coldwell Banker is thrilled to have such an accomplished real estate veteran overseeing our Tahoe operations.”
Prior to joining Coldwell Banker this year, Brown spent 28 years with CB Richard Ellis (originally known as Coldwell Banker), where he was a senior vice president. He began his career with CB Richard Ellis in the Los Angeles headquarters office as a broker.
Brown began his career with Coldwell Banker as an industrial broker when it was a combined residential and commercial real estate company.
Joining the Coldwell Banker team was an “opportunity to return to my roots with the leading residential real estate company,” said Brown.
“My wife, Barbara, clued me into the opportunity after her Coldwell Banker Hauserman office was acquired by Coldwell Banker Northern California. I plan to make a significant contribution while realizing a much-desired lifestyle in Lake Tahoe with my wife.”
Brown earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University. While at Stanford, he was recognized as the regional collegiate in basketball and national collegiate in volleyball, and was named the MVP in basketball.
Following graduation, Brown earned national recognition in basketball and international recognition in volleyball. One of his achievements was a silver metal won as a member of the 1963 U.S. Pan American games team. He was also a member of the U.S. Olympic Volleyball Team in 1964.
Prior to joining Coldwell Banker this year, new Assistant Manager Daunielle Cutting gained a strong background in real estate operations management through her positions with Prudential in Tahoe, Boice Countryside and most recently Chase International Distinctive Properties.
Throughout her two-year tenure with Chase, Cutting increased sales volume by 50 percent. Coldwell Banker then recruited Cutting for its Tahoe management team.
“Joining Coldwell Banker has been a great milestone in my real estate career,” said Cutting. “The people make all the difference. The positive team atmosphere and strong company involvement supports everyone’s growth and success. I couldn’t see myself anywhere else.”
Cutting studied business at the College of Marin in Kentfield, California.
In 1987 she relocated to Truckee and today resides there with her husband, David and son, Patrick.
In her spare time, Cutting enjoys volunteering as a den mother for a local Cub Scout Den. She is also a member of Soroptimist International.
Brown’s office headquarters is at the Coldwell Banker Truckee Commercial Row office, located at 10128 Donner Pass Road. He can be reached at 582-7922 or at email@example.com.
Cutting’s office headquarters is at the Coldwell Banker Truckee Donner Pass office, located at 12068 Donner Pass Road. She can be reached at 587-7474 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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