Teles Celebrates New Carmel Office with Ribbon Cutting and Beach Cleanup


When Teles Properties moves into a new community, it makes an effort to change that community for the better.

In the case of our new office in Carmel, we literally did exactly that.

A few weeks after a ribbon cutting ceremony on November 9th to commemorate the opening of the new location, Teles hosted a beach cleanup day.

In a continuing effort to give back to the communities in which Teles Properties does business, it regularly aligns itself with local charitable organizations. This time, Teles headed to beach — or, more accurately, back to the beach, as part of the cleanup efforts with the city of Carmel. This coastal cleanup days marks at least the third time that Teles employees have participated in beach cleanups in 2016 alone.

In the past, Teles has teamed up with Heal the Bay partners with thousands of concerned southern Californians through community action programs such as Nothin’ But Sand and Coastal Cleanup Day and through advocacy efforts to move municipal, state and Federal government and regulatory agencies to act in collective interests.


Speaking in regards to the opening in Carmel, Teles co-president Peter Hernandez said “We are proud to serve the luxury markets of Monterey County and to be strengthening our California footprint with a beautiful office that links our presence in Southern California, Central Coast and Northern California.”

Teles Properties Carmel serves the luxury markets of Monterey County including Carmel, Carmel Valley, Pebble Beach, Monterey, Pacific Grove and the key surrounding luxury markets. Teles’ Carmel realtors and top real estate brokers specialize in high-end real estate for sale, and their luxury MLS listings for Carmel and skills in the luxury, high-end property market are second to none.

“Teles serves some of the most luxurious markets in California — and Carmel is no exception,” said co-president, Sharran Srivatsaa. “Our agents are not only experts in the region, but they truly aim to be a part of the fabric of the community. We know that in order to be a part of this community, we need to know, love and support it any way we can.”

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