Coldwell Banker’s Michelle Serafini receives SDAR director nomination

Realtor Michelle Serafini of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage La Jolla has been nominated to serve as the director for the San Diego Association of Realtors. Currently, Serafini serves as vice-chair for the SDAR’s Global Real Estate Council that provides educational and networking opportunities, develops international business, encourages cultural diversity, and supports international real estate business for real estate investors inside and outside the United States.

Michelle Serafini

“I am truly humbled to have been nominated and look forward to the possibility in serving and advancing the goals of the SDAR,” said Serafini. “The organization serves as a critical voice for the professional real estate community and empowers its members with an unwavering commitment to professional excellence while facilitating the necessary trust, integrity and dutiful service for which the industry is guided.”

Serafini earned membership to Coldwell Banker International President’s Elite for 2011, a designation representing the top 2 percent of the company’s 85,000 sales associates worldwide. She was the single top producing agent for Coldwell Banker La Jolla in 2011 and remains on pace to garner further accolades in 2012.

In addition, she was recognized as a 2011 5 Star Best in Client Satisfaction award-winner for outstanding service, ethics, integrity, market knowledge and professional standards, a distinction comprising less than 3 percent of San Diego County Realtors.

Serafini is coordinating the collective effort of Coldwell Banker La Jolla, a corporate sponsor, for the La Jolla Festival of the Arts, taking place June 23-24 on the campus of UC San Diego at Warren Field. As one of the most prestigious juried art shows in the country, the La Jolla Festival of Arts will once again feature 190-award winning artists, along with live chalk art creations, art performances, healthful cuisines, libations, and live entertainment throughout the weekend.

Serafini, along with her fellow Coldwell Banker La Jolla colleagues, will host the Coldwell Banker booth to provide complimentary water, art raffle giveaways and promote the architectural wonders within the La Jolla community.

To contact Serafini, call (858) 829-6210 or e-mail michelle@locationlocationcoastal.com

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  1. Congratulations on your nomination – wish you every success

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