A marketing expert with extensive experience in residential property management, Christine Ross has excelled as a result of her accomplished work ethic and talent for communicating effectively with people of widely differing backgrounds. Calm and approachable, Christine believes her success with managing complex transactions has been due to her sense of humor, research skills and ability to maintain a sense of perspective, regardless of the situation.
Formerly a Vice President of West Coast Operations for a major property management firm, Christine is a trusted advisor to buyers, sellers and investors. Leveraging the knowledge she gained from managing over 3000 luxury apartment units, she offers accountability and results.
Intrigued by the excitement and challenges involved with helping buyers find the ideal property, and the chance to provide sellers with a high sale price, Christine decided to leave the property management arena behind and channel her skills into residential sales and marketing. Serving clients from Hidden Hills and Calabasas, to Westlake and Encino, she draws from her personal experiences as a resident and applies her talent for solving problems to deliver seamless transactions and successful closings.
With a degree in Advertising from Michigan State University, Christine has a vast understanding of how to develop sweeping marketing campaigns that reach the most widely read print and online destinations. Having successfully managed a personal investment property for more than 18 years, she can relate to the issues that are important to sellers and enjoys having the opportunity to apply her staunch, Midwestern work ethic and positive outlook for the benefit of her clients.
In business partner and friend Christine ZeBrack, Christine found a like-minded individual with a similar focus on the importance of honesty, loyalty and ethical business practices.
Dedicated to the community and charities where she lives and works, Christine earned the 50 hour Mother/Daughter award from the San Fernando Valley chapter of the National Charity League. The organization has played a pivotal role in Christine's life, as she has served on the Board of Directors for three years and is currently VP of her chapter. Christine has also self-published a children's book aimed at helping young people avoid potentially dangerous interactions with strangers. She donates a portion of all proceeds to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
In addition to charity work and real estate, Christine is a dedicated wife and mother of two who enjoys volunteering, traveling, sports, practicing yoga and walking her dog.