A Senior’s Real Estate Specialist -- 20 years as a Realtor--Mother and grandmother--
Former Salon owner and Stylist--Long time South Bay resident
After owning several hair salons in the South Bay, I decided to get my Real Estate License, which was almost 20 years ago. Owning my own businesses was definitely a precursor to being a Realtor. This experience helped me develop better listening skills, the importance of relationship building, adaptability, negotiating skills and customer service. Having helped a countless number of seniors, I recognize their needs and wants.
I am very active in the community including the Torrance Chamber of Commerce, Commission on Aging for the city of Torrance, volunteering for South Bay Village, and the Torrance Kiwanis Club. I continue to educate myself and stay informed with the latest changes.
I enjoy family, networking, traveling, reading, writing, bowling and my 2 dogs.
Residential real estate became my full-time career about 20 years ago. If you are downsizing, wanting to move closer to family or wanting to invest in Real Estate, I can help. The thought of starting a new career was exciting to me at that time of my life. Upon being introduced to real estate, the decision was an easy one. The common denominators from my previous professions are service oriented and involve working with people. That’s proven to be better and better each year with today’s communications allowing you to take care of business on the go. I work for a company and a crew of agents who support each other. I am not alone.
Since becoming a real estate agent, the business has gone from one extreme to the other. However, there are always opportunities in all markets. All clients of mine are guided through the process of buying or selling, from pricing, staging, marketing, negotiating, over seeing all documents to the close of escrow. There is always an understanding and awareness of what is happening in each of the multiple steps of closing a sale, as buyer or seller.