My approach to my real estate practice is a combination of high-touch service, hard work, uncompromising presentation, and a passion for finding a home that’s right for you.
For over twelve years, I’ve been helping people buy and sell homes in the San Francisco Bay Area. But it’s also my background in brand and marketing communications that proves to be a valuable asset for my clients.
My deep understanding of the local real estate market, and what it takes to champion my client’s needs and help them reach their goals, has propelled my success to the top 5% of East Bay agents.
Before real estate, I enjoyed a thriving career in design, art direction and brand marketing. This experience comes into play to capture my clients' key objectives, from developing a meticulous listing campaign, to presenting a pristine property to the market and achieving record sale prices, to making sure buyers shine in offer presentations. My professional background, combined with my active real estate practice and impeccable relationships within the industry, all come together as a distinct advantage that has contributed to countless successful outcomes.
In 2012, I helped my buyers succeed in purchasing the most significant and valuable listing in Berkeley that year — a landmark Victorian estate that was viewed and pursued by buyers from around the country. That same year I received the Rookie of the Year award at The Grubb Company, and received the Platinum Circle Award — as a top producer — every year since. I moved to COMPASS in 2018 to bring the best of technology to home buyers and sellers alike.
Since moving to the Bay Area from Seattle in 1988, I have witnessed a cultural evolution in the East Bay — from a place that people once shied away from, to a blooming, bustling place where everyone wants to be. I relish this renaissance, and the thought of people enjoying strolls through their neighborhoods, admiring their neighbors’ shiny front doors and crisp picket fences, and contributing to a place that has become a true destination.
Maybe I’ll see you there. :-)