202 N. Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
In the beginning, I wanted to be a dancer. I dreamed of being on a stage and inspire people by the passion and emotion I conveyed through movement. I wanted to make the world more beautiful through art.
However, my wise parents tricked me into getting a university education first. By the time I got my master’s degree in Linguistics and Roman Philology (a science of structure, historical development, and relationships of languages) it was too late for dance school. Instead of dancing, I became a professor of English for non-English speaking medical students in Europe, changing the world by removing language barriers between doctors.
When I came to the U.S., in 1999, I had no idea what to pursue as a career. I’ve always been good with numbers, so I fell into a tax planning career. To keep my clients confident that they were in good hands, I obtained my MBA degree and a CPA license, but I didn’t have a true passion for my work. I was good at it, but I didn’t feel like I was making a difference in people’s lives. I kept searching for something more fulfilling, my life’s true calling.
I spent a few years trying to make the world healthier as a Pilates instructor and nutrition coach.
I was even Miss Fitness in 2012! But I began to realize that I couldn’t go to the gym and lift
weights for my clients or eat their broccoli for them. I could only be a guide; my clients had to do
the work themselves.
My husband, Curtis, is a financial advisor, and between his work and my CPA experience, I learned about investments and real estate, and how much money could be made if handled correctly. I learned the intricacies of real estate transactions, financing puzzles, and the importance of proper planning when it comes to business, especially real estate business.
Curtis and I flipped several houses. That’s where I learned how crucial it was to have the right Realtor working for you. Good advice from a Realtor can save you tons of money and
change your life for the better, but bad advice from a Realtor can ruin you financially.
One day, as I sat in my beautiful, bright penthouse CPA office, analyzing a real estate transaction for a client, I had an epiphany: why am I not a Realtor? I’ve dealt with
hundreds of real estate transactions, I study the market, I know real estate, I already give real estate investment advice, and I love doing it!
So, I became a Realtor, and found a career I’m passionate about. When I helped people through fitness and nutrition, I could only plan their path to health, but they had to do the work. As a Realtor, I can keep the transactions in order and do the heavy lifting in marketing for my clients. They don’t have to do a thing!
When I am not helping my clients, I am in the gym, explore the world with Curtis, or play our dog, Alex who has been with us for 12 years and runs our lives! I am a dogaholic.
I’ve found my own slice of happiness. But I also found something even better: I found the way I could make a difference! I am now changing people’s lives and the world for the better one family and one closed escrow at a time! Are you ready to join me and my clients and become a household in our improved world?
I’m here when the time is right.
Looking forward to getting to know you!