Chase International Opens Reno Office

Posted by — June 12, 2005

Lake Tahoe, Nevada-based real estate firm Chase International is expanding its presence in Reno with a new office opening in August. In the interim, the company has set up temporary offices. The Reno location comes in an effort to meet the expansion and growth the firm has experienced over the last several years.

Heading up the new office will be Chase Branch Manager Keith Leary. Prior to Chase International, Leary worked with Prudential California at the Laguna, California office. Although the office opened with no agents, Leary recruited 80 agents in 10 months with more than $55 million in sales. Looking to enjoy the Sierra lifestyle, Leary moved to Reno and worked with Coldwell Banker Village Realty. Leary graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is also a pilot and an avid outdoor enthusiast, but most of all he is driven to help others. “The Reno and Carson Valley regions have become strong markets for us in all areas of real estate, from entry-level homes and condos to multimillion dollar ranches and estates,” said founder and president Shari Chase. “Those sales will increase and our clients will continue to benefit, especially with Leary at the helm.” Chase International brings more than 19 years of knowledge, experience and a history of recording-breaking successes to the Reno marketplace.

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