I’ve lived in San Diego for over 20 years, and in all honesty, I can’t think of a place I’d rather call home. San Diego is a city rich with culture, and is known worldwide for both its beauty and diversity. People have come from all over the globe just to make San Diego their home, and I consider myself fortunate to be among them.
Although I’m originally from south Texas, I’ve been living in California since I started college. I initially went to school in the San Diego area, but eventually ended up at San Francisco State University, where I studied fine art and art history. I also had the opportunity to spend a year studying abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France, which was an excellent learning experience, both academically and culturally.
I first got into the real estate business back in 2004, after nearly a decade of work in hospitality management and home remodeling. Although the housing market has changed a lot since those early days, especially after 2008’s housing crisis, there is one thing that has stayed the same – San Diego.
When it comes to selling property, looking for a house, or dealing with a realtor, nothing is more important than knowing the region. San Diego County is unique, and in order to get the most out of the market, it is important to have a realtor that is familiar with the different neighborhoods and communities in the city. That’s where I come in. As a buyer’s agent, I’ll do everything I can to help you find a home and negotiate a fair price.
Although I enjoy my work at Greater Good Realty, nothing means more to me than my 12-year-old daughter Zoe. We try to stay active around the neighborhood and enjoy spending time outdoors. I’m particularly fond of yoga, surfing, cycling, and running. I find that spending time out in the city, whether it be for work or recreation, is one of the best ways to stay in touch with what’s happening in San Diego.
For professional real estate assistance, give me a call.