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Two-Realtor team joins Coldwell Banker’s Davis office

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From page A9 | July 07, 2013 |

LisaMarie Theis. Courtesy photo

Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold Real Estate has announced the addition of the Realtor team of LisaMarie Theis and Greg Thomas to its Company. Together, Theis and Thomas bring 35 years of combined real estate experience to the agency, having sold more than 900 homes in the past 15 years and been named top producers at their former agency nine times.

They have placed in the top 1 percent of Realtors nationwide 10 times and ranked No. 19 in Northern California Coldwell Banker NRT agents for 2013. Their partnership gives their clients the advantage of having two Realtors working for them.

“Our clients appreciate the team dynamic,” Theis says. “Since Greg and I work closely together, there is always someone available with in-depth, detailed knowledge of each client’s specific transaction. “We also have two full-time assistants who provide great support and help us to create seamless real estate transactions.”

Clients’ needs always come first with Theis and Thomas.

“Our clients appreciate our tenacity, prompt attention to details and problem-solving skills,” Theis says. “Our team approach helps our clients make the best decisions for their situation and achieve the success they are looking for.”

Theis and Thomas say they are excited about their move to the Davis office of Coldwell Banker and the opportunity to be part of the largest real estate company in Yolo County. They have both lived in the Yolo and Solano counties for more than 10 years and will specialize in residential and country properties in the Davis, Dixon, Vacaville and Sacramento markets. Theis and Thomas belong to both the Yolo and Solano real estate boards and also are certified short sale agents.

Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold Real Estate serves the local community with some 80 full-time real estate agents and support staff at offices in both Davis and Woodland. To contact the Theis and Thomas team, call 530-405-6497 or email [email protected] or [email protected].

For more information on the agency, stop by the Davis office at 505 Second St. or call 530-758-3080 or the Woodland office at 1100 Main St., Suite 180, or call 530-666-2135.

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