Ed Noonan

Long-time Coronado real estate agent Ed Noonan has opened Noonan Properties, a new real estate brokerage serving Coronado Cays, in August .

Ed has over 40 years’ experience in real estate. He was the former broker/owner of the Coronado Cays Realty and two Prudential offices, one in Coronado and one in the Cays. In 1995 he sold his brokerage and moved to the Midwest, where he successfully operated Noonan Properties, a holding company for foreclosed properties. But throughout that time he remained connected to Coronado, returning frequently to spend time with his two sons and the many friends he has in Coronado. During the 30 years that Ed lived in the Cays, he was very involved in the community. He served as commodore of the Coronado Cays Yacht Club in 1992, and was involved with the building of the new club. Has also managed Little League, was a scout master and was an active member in the Rotary, Chamber of Commerce, MainStreet Association and Kiwanis.

Having owned 3 brokerages in Coronado and the Cays, he has hired and trained many of today’s local real estate superstars. Over the past 40 years, Ed has worked in nearly every aspect of the real estate industry, and is excited to bring his talent, skill and knowledge to his new company, Noonan Properties.

“I am happy to be back as an independent real estate presence in the Coronado Cays,” states Noonan. “I’m very excited about the challenges that lay ahead. As I successfully accomplished with my past companies, my goal is to build Noonan Properties into a leading firm that can be relied on!”

Noonan Properties offers complete services, including property management and sales, construction management for your renovations pre-sale or post-purchase, and in-house maintenance services for your property. They also provide leasing and full-service property management.

Ed Noonan and Noonan Properties (CalBRE #00993300) can be reached at (619) 252-1232 or via email at: ENoonan12@aol.com.

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