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Craig Kesler

Broker, Commercial CRB CRS CDPE E-PRO NAR Green


Craig Kesler has worked in the real estate industry for 33 years. After 10 years working in corporate research for Chevron Chemical, Craig started his real estate career as a loan originator in California in 1985. He quickly transitioned to real estate sales by joining Contempo Realty in Fremont California. Later joining C-21 where he served as the office relocation specialist for tech industry transfers to the Silicon Valley area. Craig and his family relocated to Florida in 1998 where he worked for a short period of time in new home sales. From there he joined the Coldwell Banker system for 5 years and consistently earned top production honors. He also played a major role in new agent training and mentoring.

Craig is currently acting as the Broker / Owner of Optima Real Estate. Primary areas of expertise are residential sales and commercial leasing. Craig enjoys helping families build their future through real estate and playing a role in developing our local business community. He understands the importance of education and strongly promotes professionalism within the real estate community. As a manager, he believes in strong agent support and training to promote agent education and production.

Craig believes in giving back to his local community. He is active in mentoring foster children and participates in the Take Stock In Children Program by mentoring local High School students. Craig currently sits on the Board of Embrace Families and is active in organizing local professionals for hands on projects to support non-profits in the community. Craig holds a BS degree from California State University Sacramento. Real estate designations include CRB, CRS, CDPE, e-Pro.


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