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California Equestrian Properties Announces its collaboration with An international Real Estate company, founded in Germany over 40 years ago,


with more than 800 shops and 11,000 advisors in 35+ countries worldwide, it has the global reach to serve our clients and their national and international needs.


Our Recently Sold Properties


• San Marcos • Fallbrook • Valley Center • Escondido (commercial) • Temecula (commercial)


$2.7 M $2.4 M $4.96 M $8.65 M $1.4 M


In our upcoming move from Texas to California, I must say Ken & Carol, of California Equestrian


Properties, made the process much easier than expected! They explained the buying process clearly, ensured paperwork was correct, and negotiated effectively. Staff updated us regularly, and responded in a timely


manner. Ken, Carol, & Patti exhibited knowledge of the equestrian real estate market, the neighborhoods and communities. In addition, they understood our needs, gave us personal attention, and made us feel valued as clients. I would recommend California Equestrian Properties to a friend or colleague!


| Cristina B & Jeff S | Global recognition. Local expertise.


Ken Shuttleworth, CCIM Director of Commercial Properties 760-505-1031


kenshuttleworth.evrealestate.com DRE 00379770


Shuttleworth Team Licensees of E&V Ranch and Coast, Inc


carolshuttleworth.evrealestate.com DRE 00975901


Equestrian Director/Advisor 760-522-2267


Carol Shuttleworth


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