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Coldwell Banker introduces three new Realtors

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From page A7 | March 17, 2013 |

Mike Lewis, a Davis native, graduated from Davis High School in 1994. Courtesy photo

Three new Realtors — Mike Lewis, Ken Konecny and Vanessa Sorkin — have joined the team at Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold Real Estate, company officials announce.

Lewis has been a licensed California real estate agent since 2003. A Davis native, he graduated from Davis High School in 1994 and attended Sacramento State. Over the past decade, he has honed his skills in sales as a real estate agent in San Francisco and San Diego.

Lewis and his wife are expecting their first child in July, and recently moved back to the Davis area to raise their family. He said he chose to work with Coldwell Banker because it is the largest brokerage in Davis and offers the most in the way of resources to help clients meet their goals. Lewis may be reached at mikedlewis@gmail.com or 530-601-7373.

Konecny has lived in the Sacramento region for 19 years, 14 of those in Davis, where he currently resides. He has a background in landscape design, construction and education. He earned a master’s degree in urban land development from Sacramento State in 2011, a certificate in green building and sustainable design from UC Davis Extension in 2009 and a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture from UCD in 2005.

Konecny graduated from Davis High School in 1997. Reach him at 530-574-0719; he has a blog at kenkonecny.wordpress.com.

Sorkin lives in Davis with her husband and two sons, ages 9 and 11. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science from UCD, but says she has wanted to be a real estate sales associate since she was a teenager. Contact her at realtywithvanessa@gmail.com or 530-400-4364.

Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold Real Estate Inc. has been the No. 1 real estate office in Davis and Yolo County since 1978. The firm is recruiting Realtors for both its Davis and Woodland offices. Those interested in a career in real estate may contact sales manager Cary Arnold at 530-750-7554 or caryaarnold@gmail.com.

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