Coldwell Banker adds new Wine Country, Peninsula agents 

Rob Sullivan returns from Vanguard, McCall Team comes over from Keller Williams, Vicky Yu arrives from Compass

Coldwell Banker adds new Wine Country agents
Rob Sullivan, Vicky Yu, and Trish McCall (Coldwell Banker, Getty)

Coldwell Banker has recently picked up several new North Bay agents and a new Peninsula agent, boosting its Wine Country presence. 

The McCall Team, led by 20-year-veteran Trish McCall, has affiliated with the company’s Santa Rosa—Bicentennial Way office after being with Keller Williams Wine Country, according to an announcement from Coldwell Banker.

 For more than two decades, McCall has consistently been ranked in the top 1 percent of agents in Sonoma County by RealTrends, according to the release, with over $540 million in sales and nearly 900 transactions in the past 21 years.

In 2023, the five-member McCall Team closed over $40 million in real estate sales across 47 transactions. 

In a statement, McCall said she brought her team to Coldwell Banker because of its “experienced and innovative leadership team.”  

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Rob Sullivan, who will also be based in Sonoma, but out of the Petaluma office, recently returned to Coldwell after a stint at Vanguard Properties that started in 2019.

Sullivan has closed over $250 million in real estate sales across 265 transactions since 2014, when he started his career at Coldwell. 

“I built my foundation here and I look forward to offering access to the company’s global network to my clients,” he said in a statement.

The agency also recently picked up a new Peninsula agent, Vicky Yu, who came over from Compass’ Burlingame office. Yu will be affiliated with Coldwell’s Redwood City-San Carlos branch. 

Yu closed over $63 million in real estate sales across 29 transactions in 2023. She began her career as an accountant, but switched to real estate in 2016. In the last eight years she has racked up over $350 million in career sales and 177 transactions. She is also a personal real estate investor.She cited Coldwell’s “innovative technology, a strong global network and a luxury program with a brand name that resonates with consumers” as reasons for making the switch.

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