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MORE KUDOS ... Three local Realtors were accidentally left off the Weekly's reporting of the list of top sales folks in the nation, as noted in rankings announced by Real Trends in ads that appeared in the Wall Street Journal on June 27. Keri Nicholas of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage/NRT, Menlo Park, ranked No. 33 with $154 million in sales; Hugh Cornish, also of Coldwell Banker, Menlo Park, ranked No. 70 with $108 million in sales; and Janelle Boyenga, of Intero Real Estate Services, Los Altos, ranked No. 157 with $73 million in sales. Not a bad year. And last year Ken DeLeon was rated as an individual, not a team; he came in at No. 18, with $203 million in sales.

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