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Chase International agents recognized by Northern Nevada Network of Women’s Council of Realtors

Three Chase employees: from left to right, Melody Cote, Monise McCabe and Jack Cote.
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Four Chase International agents were recently named among the top Realtors in Northern Nevada.

The Northern Nevada Network of Women’s Council of Realtors recognized Yolanda Young, Georgia Chase, Joya Machabee and Jack Cote, as well as other honorees, on Sept. 29 at the Atlantis Resort & Casino in Reno.

The Women’s Council of Realtors is a national network of over 12,000 professionals located throughout the U.S.

“The Women’s Council has changed and influenced me personally and professionally by demonstrating how important involvement with local organizations in Northern Nevada can be for our clients,” Rian Haag, 2017 president of the Northern Nevada Women’s Council and Sparks-based Chase International agent, said in a press release.

This was the first time the “Top 20 in Northern Nevada Real Estate,” included men. Young, Machabee and Cote all work from the Reno office while Chase is out of the Glenbrook office.

“We encourage our agents to not only be the best professionally, but to be engaged and have strong presences in their community,” Craig King, chief operating officer of Chase International, said in the release. “It’s rewarding for the entire Chase family to see our agents’ hard work recognized.”


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