Catarra Hires Industry Luminary Ginna Lazar to Manage Los Altos Office

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Catarra Real Estate, a boutique broker in the San Francisco Bay Area, has hired top managing broker Ginna Lazar to run their Los Altos office.

Having a broker with such extensive management and business experience is a huge benefit to our company and agents.

Ginna Lazar has joined as managing broker of the new Catarra Real Estate office in Los Altos, opening in Q4 2015. She will be responsible for building the agent team and leading the growth of business in Silicon Valley. The Los Altos office will be the flagship office of the company.

“Having a broker with such extensive management and business experience is a huge benefit to our company and agents.” explained Catarra CEO Bryan Robertson. “Having managed at Christie’s International and, most recently, Sequoia Realty Services, Ginna brings an extremely high standard of integrity and professionalism and expects the same from her colleagues.”

With over 20 years of real estate industry experience, Ginna sets a high bar for the quality of real estate services. She was also a past director of the Silicon Valley Association of REALTORS, a role in which she helped organized real estate improve both agent and consumer service quality.

“I’m so excited to come back to Los Altos. This is where I got my start in real estate and raised my three children,” stated Ginna Lazar, Managing broker. “I look forward to helping Catarra refine the art of real estate services to meet even the highest expectations of our clients.”

About Catarra
Catarra Real Estate was founded in Silicon Valley, and brings technology-enabled, high-touch personal service to the San Francisco Bay Area real estate market. Our promise is to deliver the highest quality client services, unparalleled community knowledge, and the widest variety of resources to best serve buyers, sellers and investors.

Contact:
Ashley Grant
Public Relations
415-549-7319
ashley(at)catarra-re(dot)com
http://www.catarra-re.com

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