I was lucky enough to be raised in Orange County California with four sisters and two very loving hard working parents. My family of seven would often do trips to San Diego, and from a young age I fell in love with the fresh tortillas at Old Town, the gorgeous Sunset Cliffs, and the picturesque views from the Coronado Bridge as we would drive over. I got a job the day I could get my work permit at the ripe age of 13 years old, working as a phone operator at a Real Estate Firm so I could afford to go to my get my driver’s permit and go to prom. After high school, I moved to Nashville, Tennessee and worked for a top CPA firm in while obtaining my education. In 2005, I moved back to San Diego, because I longed for the salty beach air, authentic Mexican food, and I missed my beloved family very much. I continued my education in biochemistry at the University of California in San Diego (UCSD-Go Tritons!) on an academic scholarship.
Although I have always loved science, after graduation, I found that my heart and passion has been in real estate helping my friends and family look for homes and investments in my spare time. Once I received my real estate license, I never looked back. I knew this was my calling. My success as a real estate agent stems from my communication skills combined with my attention to detail, hard work, flexibility and my ability to negotiate to protect your investments.