I am a true Pasadena native. For three generations my family has lived in the Crown City. I take great honor in the depth of my roots and love sharing this fantastic area and its history with others.
For elementary school, I attended Saints Felicitas and Perpetua Catholic School, followed by Huntington Middle School, and graduated from San Marino High School. After high school I studied interior design and graduated from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
Real estate has been both my passion and obsession for the past 10 years. Having an interest in architecture, particularly historic residential architecture makes my profession particularly fulfilling.
Hard work is the foundation of my philosophy. I believe that through hard work you can overcome most challenges. Real estate requires long hours and hard work, these are things that I embrace when providing exceptional service.
I stand behind my word and respect those who do the same. Integrity is the keystone of success particularly in negotiations. You can count on me to work with the utmost integrity and honor in all that I do.
My goal with all of my clients is to provide exceptional service. I will anticipate your needs and surpass your expectations.
My clients and their families are a top priority. I know that moving is a stressful experience and I will do everything that I can to minimize this effect. You can count on me from before you pack your first box until you unpack your last.
I am extremely active in the Pasadena area. You can catch me around January 1st wearing my "white suit" as a member of the Tournament of Roses Association, which is responsible for organizing the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl Game. I am also a docent at the Gamble House, the most prominent and best-preserved example of Charles and Henry Greene's work.
As I mentioned, my family has lived in the Pasadena area for more than 90 years. Honestly, I do not think there is a finer place to live and raise a family. You can count on me as your Pasadena area realtor for life.