| For the Times-Union
Local real estate company expanding with confidence, despite uncertain times
In the middle of a major pandemic that has some in the real estate industry biting their nails and laying back, one real estate agency is acting bullish.
Orange Park-based Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realty Inc. not only plans to open a Nocatee office, it recently bought out Mount Dora real estate brokerage Coldwell Banker Camelot, expanding to 10 offices in Northeast and Central Florida. Realtor Kim Sandberg will helm the Nocatee office, opening early next year, while CBVR Controller Jennifer Tossavainen has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer.
Coldwell Banker Vanguard CEO Pete Dalton is taking an aggressive approach to the market for several reasons, chief among them his brokerage’s ability to deliver a plethora of free services to its independent agents, while simultaneously beefing up those offerings based on ideas from the agents