Prudential’s Ed Predhoden earns national recognition

Ed Prehoden of Prudential California Realty’s La Jolla office earned national recognition for his outstanding sales performance last year. Together with his team of sales professionals, Prehoden earned the Chairman’s Circle Diamond award, an achievement that ranks him in the top one-half of 1 percent of more than 54,000 Prudential agents nationwide.

“Ed has proven leadership skills and a diverse knowledge of real estate,” said manager Nicki Marcellino. “His commitment to ethical business practices and determination to provide exceptional representation has resulted in an incredible track record of sales awards.”

Prehoden has nearly 27 years of experience in San Diego’s real estate market and lending environment and is a Certified Distressed Property Expert, a former mortgage broker and an approved foreclosure representative for numerous financial institutions.

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