About Our Team
Simplifying Your Real Estate Experience
Ryan and I are both Bay Area transplants now living full-time in the beautiful Yosemite foothills town of Groveland. Ryan moved here as a young child with his family and attended the local schools. He developed a love for music and become a skilled musician. After high school he left his home town for almost a decade. What he discovered was that the grass was actually greener in the Sierra Foothills. Ryan's real estate experience includes working in both property management and real estate sales. He finds these skills complimentary as some buyers are looking for property management and some tenants become future buyers.
I first learned of our Pine Mountain Lake resort community in 1983, when my husband who is a corporate pilot, heard about it from friends. We flew in to Pine Mountain Lake airport and ended up buying a second home. To my amazement as a city girl, the second home turned into my permanent residence as it got harder and harder to go back to the Bay Area each weekend.
My real estate career goes back to 1989 when I worked in an administrative position as an unlicensed assistant to a top producing real estate agent. In 2003 I received my real estate license and began working full time with buyers and sellers. Over the years I worked at several local real estate offices. In January of 2017 I transferred my license to Yosemite Region Resorts, an agency that offers property management and real estate sales service, the perfect place for me to park my license as a Resort and Second Home Property Sales Specialist.
What I love best about Groveland is the small town vibe and slower "mountain time", but for those that need civilization close at hand there is a Tesla recharge station, a yoga studio, numerous restaurants and several coffee bistros in town. Though we live next to one of the 7 wonders of the world, I would say that our second best local resource is the many retired residents that use their acquired life skills to benefit the community and help those less fortunate. You see this manifested in the local library that was financed by collecting aluminum cans, to the active senior center and many service clubs. Its a nice place to live and be part of.