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Smith of Pacific Sotheby's International Realty offers a soiree during Realtor caravan

FALLBROOK – Real estate agent Amelia Smith of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty decided to shake up the usual Wednesday Realtor caravan in Fallbrook by throwing a party on March 30.

It was Smith's intent to create something special and memorable. Agents from within the community and beyond were compelled to preview her listing, have fun in the process and remember it long after the event.

"I try to infuse a bit of whimsy into my caravan open houses," said Smith. "It’s a pleasure to reward attendees for their time and attention, and it helps create a buzz and a lasting impression of my listed homes."

In this case, Smith had the gracious support of the property owners who prepared a scratch-made gourmet menu that included New Mexico Hatch Chile crustless quiche, Bouchon burnt-caramel macarons, and Scharffen Berger chocolate chunk brownies.

The food alone may have done the trick, but Smith added entertainment.

“The home is of architectural significance, with spectacular views of the valley,” said Smith. “I felt it deserved an affair as opposed to just throwing open the gates.”

Smith hired Fallbrook resident Richard Conviser, a classically-trained violinist and music teacher who played for hours in the great room. Additionally, hand-blown art-glass pieces were displayed by local artist Bruce Stowell of Glass Triangle Studio.

“Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to be a part of the vibrant real estate community in Fallbrook and Bonsall,” said CEO and Partner, Steve Games. “We are very pleased that Amelia Smith continues to achieve success for the residents there.”


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