Vicki Monteagudo of CENTURY 21 Tri-Cities
"Hi, I am Vicki Monteagudo of CENTURY 21 Tri-Cities. I specialize in land acquisition and development, product planning and new construction marketing. I work with developers and I understand the land developing and building process." Vicki is an experienced REALTOR® based in the Tri-Cities, Washington. As a third-generation Tri-Citian, Vicki has a passion for the Mid-Columbia and a strong desire to share it with others and see it grow. Vicki's fair yet firm negotiating style and her commitment to excellence have gained her respect with clients and colleagues alike. Whether it's patiently guiding first-time home buyers through the process or maintaining relationships with clients well after their transaction is complete, Vicki is known for her integrity and skill. Vicki is a graduate of Pasco High School and the salutatorian of her class. She attended Columbia Basin College and Washington State University. A member of the Phi Theta Kappa Society, she held several corporate internships with General Motors, United Way, and the Columbia Valley Wine Association. Vicki is an award-winning multi-million dollar producer, earning elite commendations for the distinctive and innovative marketing strategies. Vicki has collected several Marketing and Merchandising Excellence (MAME) awards for her creative marketing and web sites. She is ranked among the top 60 agents for Coldwell Banker out of 126,000 nationally for listings. She was the top agent at Coldwell Banker in Washington State for listings and total sales in 2007, and ranked 21st nationally for listings. Vicki also received the International President's Elite Circle of Distinction Award for 2007. (See a complete list of honors here.) Vicki is proud of her ability to understand her client's needs. Much of her business is repeat clients and referrals. As she considers referrals the highest compliment she can receive. Her caring, efficient style will turn you into a client for life, too. Contact Vicki Monteagudo at (509) 947-0323.
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