Local expertise, integrity make K. Ann Brizolis #1 in Rancho Santa Fe

K. Ann Brizolis

Already known as a consistent leader in the sale of luxury real estate, K. Ann Brizolis recently added yet another accolade to her incredible track record of success:  the 23-year industry veteran finished 2011 as the #1 ranked agent in Rancho Santa Fe for Prudential California Realty.

“Ann’s high standards of personal integrity and in-depth knowledge of Rancho Santa Fe have made her one of our region’s most highly respected and sought-after agents,” said Herb Josepher, manager of Prudential’s Rancho Santa Fe real estate offices.

Brizolis is a broker associate who originally joined Prudential as an Executive Director of the Estates Division. Currently a Director of the company’s Luxury Properties Division, she was recently invited to Orange County to share her insights and knowledge about the nuances of Rancho Santa Fe’s architecture, estates and neighborhoods.

“It was an honor to participate in a panel with my peers and colleagues, as they are all considered experts in their respective markets,” says Brizolis. “Events like these provide our clients with a tremendous advantage, not only because they give us a chance to match our buyers and sellers together, but also because they provide us with a forum for exchanging ideas about refining our services.”

Since she first entered the industry, Brizolis has excelled as a result of her professional approach and sense of responsibility to her clients.

“My strategy could be called simplistic,” says Brizolis, a graduate of California State Polytechnic University. “The key to success is to focus on client care, first and foremost, above everything else.”

The results speak for themselves. Brizolis and her team have continually ranked at the top of their local market and the upper echelons of the national real estate arena. Their sales production last year placed them at the number three position out of more than 1,300 Prudential agents in San Diego County.

“I would like to thank my team for their commitment to provide our clients with a superior standard of representation,” adds Brizolis. “Of course I would also like to thank my clients for their kind referrals, and for choosing me as their advisor during such an important time in their lives.”

K. Ann Brizolis and Associates may be reached at 858-756-6355, via email at ann@kabrizolis.com, or on the web at www.kabrizolis.com.

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