Tigress of Bay Area Real Estate
Hometown: Manhattan Beach, CA
Residence: Dolores Park, San Francisco
- Psychology from University of California, Santa Cruz
Minored in legal studies with a focus in real estate law
Ever since I can remember real estate has been a part of my life. My father was a real estate developer for thirty years and every year he would build one very large custom single family home down in Southern California. So, I grew up on job sites watching every stage of building from framing to finishes. I received my degree in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz and after graduating, I began my real estate career accepting a temp job as an office manager for a small brokerage. Within 6 months, I fell in love and decided to get my license and the rest is history, almost a decade later! And I absolutely love what I do, and thanks to my degree in psychology am really quite good at it.
Whether it be hunting down the next amazing property for my investor client to flip, playing mediator between a divorced non-amicable couple selling their home, remaining the stable force in a heated negotiation for my client’s benefit, or helping my first-time home buyer find the home of their dreams in a very inventory challenged market, I am always thinking about what’s best for my client and as long as my hard work is helping them, I am happy!
I truly always have my client’s best interest at heart, even if it means a cancelled deal or a ton of extra work for me. My clients call me the Tigress of Real Estate, because I am a go-getter who is not afraid of hard work and persistence to get my clients what they want. I have been described by previous clients as having a super power ability in negotiation and an intuitive ability in pricing, so what I lack in the decades of experience my colleagues have on me, I make up for in hard work, persistence, thorough research and a natural negotiation ability.