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Drysdale Properties acquires San Jose brokerage

Bridges operations in East Bay, Peninsula

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Drysdale Properties, with offices in Pleasanton, has acquired Prudential California Realty (PCR), a 33-agent company based in San Jose.

Gretchen Pearson will continue to lead the operation as the President/CEO of the San Jose office. Robert and Linda Sears, former owners of that agency, will serve as Realtors there.

Drysdale Properties now has 33 office locations and more than 900 real estate sales professionals who produced approximately $2 billion in sales volume in 2014.

"The sales professionals at Prudential California Realty have a tremendous reputation for providing exceptional and professional real estate service, and have an in depth expertise in the local markets," said Gretchen Pearson of Drysdale Properties. "We are proud to have them join the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network."

"We are also very excited to add a location in the greater Bay Area market which bridges our operations in the East Bay and Peninsula," she added.

Robert Sears agreed.

"Bringing these two real estate operations together allows us to provide enhanced services to both consumers and associated Realtors throughout Northern California," he said.

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