Prudential California Realty agent Greg Noonan ranked #1 in La Jolla’s 92037 zip code for the number of Listings sold in 2011 for properties valued over $1 million, according to a report that was published by Trendgraphics Inc., with data supplied by the Sandicor MLS. “It is a pleasure to congratulate Greg and his team on their continued success,” said Nicki Marcellino, manager of Prudential La Jolla. “Their work ethic and integrity have given them an outstanding reputation.”
The report also showed that Noonan, a seasoned professional with 32 years of experience, finished last year as the #1 ranked agent for listing sales by volume in the Coastal South region of San Diego. He explained that, “Passing sales milestones is always important, because it means that I have been able to provide my clients with a favorable outcome for their transaction. It’s very gratifying to think that my efforts have made a positive impact on so many people’s lives.”
The Wall Street Journal has named Greg one of the top 100 Realtors in the U.S. time and time again. For 2011, he led the Coastal South region of San Diego for the total number of transactions conducted for properties valued over $1 million.
Having witnessed three market cycles in his career, Greg attributes his constant success to his tenacious negotiating style and sense of responsibility to his clients, which includes providing them with the resources they need to make sound decisions. “Credibility is everything to me,” says Greg, “so I have often encouraged my buyers and sellers to hold off on making a decision if it didn’t make sense for their particular set of circumstances.”
Known for his genuine warmth and concern, Greg leverages his extensive knowledge of real estate combined with a little “conservative creativity” to facilitate the goals of his clients. “I might not be completely impartial,” says Marilyn Noonan, Greg’s wife and director of his marketing efforts, “but Greg can outwork just about anybody and he has an extraordinarily kind heart.”
The Noonans are the parents of four sons, two in college at Santa Clara University, one a graduate of the University of San Diego (USD), and another Santa Clara grad who now studies at USD Law School