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BNI San Diego
5663 Balboa Avenue, #421
San Diego, CA  92111
Phone: 619-255-2620
Fax: 619-330-2916
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Cheryl Alvarado

Phone 619-692-1600
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Mrs. Cheryl Alvarado
Stewart Title
7676 Hazard Center Road, Ste. 1400
San Diego, CA 92108

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Cheryl Alvarado

Stewart Title
Chapter: BNI Synergy Network

Real Estate, Title Service



My BusinessWith more than 20 years in the real estate industry, and 17 of those years as a title representative, Cheryl brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her current role as a business development officer for Chicago Title. She is highly motivated and likes to get the job done. At Chicago, Cheryl is equipped to provide title and escrow services for commercial and residential purchases as well as refinances. Cheryl was born in Oklahoma, and raised in East County. She resides in the Village of La Mesa with her husband, Tony. Cheryl also has adult twins. Her son, Syd, is an EMT studying to become a paramedic. Her daughter, Cecily is married, making her a grandma twice. Cecily is a Top Consultant at R&F, runs her own business. In her spare time, Cheryl enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, hiking, skiing and going to the gym. In addition, she is a member of Skyline Church.

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Top Problem SolvedBeing to close two deals a competitor could not.