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Three new agents join Lyon Real Estate

Realtors Grant Oerding and Darren Soares recently joined Lyon Real Estate’s Davis office.

Oerding has worked in the real estate industry for 12 years. Prior to joining Lyon, Oerding worked as a real estate agent and as a broker at Alexander Grant Investments starting in 2005. He earned his bachelor’s degree in international relations with an emphasis on small business development from San Francisco State University. He is also a licensed general contractor and custom homebuilder with extensive remodel experience in Yolo County.

Soares will work with buyers, sellers and investors on homes and properties throughout the Sacramento area. He studied business and psychology, and spent the past seven years in customer service.

Reach Oerding at (530) 400-0999 and Soares at (530) 758-0720.

Lindsay Bartlett has joined the Lyon West Sacramento office, following a career in the property management business. She earned her degree at CSU Chico. Reach her at (530) 828-9746.

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  • Slow News DayMay 13, 2011 - 2:40 pm

    In related news, MacDonalds has higher 3 new hamburger flippers, and Taco Bell added a taco builder for their swing shift.

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  • Slow News DayMay 13, 2011 - 2:40 pm

    In related news, McDonalds has hired 3 new hamburger flippers, and Taco Bell added a taco builder for their swing shift.

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  • Bob D.May 18, 2011 - 9:29 am

    Holy crap!! Lyon hires two new realtors and it makes the newpaper as 'news"? Certainly there is a better use for the trees used to print the paper, or for the bandwidth and server space needed to publish the website online. How about this for news.....I just dropped my subscription to the Davis Enterprise. Why don't you publish a story about how many people have done the same thing in the last year.

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  • Craig AllenMay 18, 2011 - 10:41 am

    I like the comparative gravitas of real estate agents and hamburger flippers!

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