Team Chodorow leads Prudential La Jolla

Eric and Peggy Chodorow ranked No. 1 for sales production in the Prudential California Realty La Jolla office for the first six months of 2011. Known as Team Chodorow, the mother-son team completed 24 transactions during the period, representing both sellers and buyers of real estate.

After nearly 40 years concentrating in the marketing and sale of residential properties throughout the coastal areas of San Diego, Team Chodorow draws from a wealth of experience and industry knowledge. With a reputation for creating successful closings, averaging one sale per week for many years running, they have consistently been recognized for their achievements in the sales arena.

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