Prudential La Jolla welcomes Patrick Ahern

Patrick Ahern has joined Prudential California Realty’s La Jolla office.

“Patrick is an accomplished agent with exceptional business sense and a wide array of skills related to real estate,” said general manager Nicki Marcellino. “His vast base of industry knowledge is rooted in both education and experience, which provides a significant advantage to all of his clients.”

Shortly after graduating from San Diego State University with a degree in Business Finance and Real Estate, Ahern founded and operated a successful real estate brokerage. He was later recruited by one of the region’s premier brokerages, where he negotiated and drafted more than 320 agreements over the course of 11 years, with a sales volume that totaled over $55 million.

He also experience in developing and managing properties.

He has served on the board for a number of organizations in his spare time, including the La Jolla Town Council, Gaslamp Quarter Association, Better Business Bureau, Friends of Windansea, Mayor’s Task Force on the Homeless, and more.

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