Camden Schutte among 30 Under 30

Camden Schutte, of Oak Harbor, has been named as one of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC’s 30 Under 30.

Camden Schutte, of Oak Harbor, has been named as one of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC’s 30 Under 30.

Schutte is the co-owner and manager of Coldwell Banker Koetje Real Estate in Oak Harbor.

The list encompasses the top young real estate professionals among the 86,000 Coldwell Banker employees working in 43 countries throughout the world.

Schutte, 28, was chosen because of his exemplary performance, including his drive to implement the latest technology in order to grow the business and better serve his associates and customers, according to a Coldwell Banker press release.

He has worked with Coldwell Banker Koetje Real Estate since 2009.

Schutte will be honored at an international Generation Blue Experience in Chicago Sept. 16-18.

“This is a monumental achievement for Camden and we could not be more proud of him,” said Rick Schutte, co-owner of Coldwell Banker Koetje Real Estate and Camden’s father.

“He has been a driving force in enhancing our technology and systems to support our brokers and clients. He is so deserving of this incredible Coldwell Banker honor.”

 

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