Prudential La Jolla welcomes Elizabeth Potter

Nicki Marcellino, manager of Prudential California Realty’s La Jolla office, announced that Elizabeth Potter has joined her team of sales professionals.

Potter has spent working as a title representative, escrow officer, marketing design specialist and business development manager and worked as a luxury homes specialist in Scottsdale.

Potter is working with the Eric Eaton real estate team, which is comprised of real estate veteran Julie Dartt and top-producing agent Eric Eaton.

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