Having been raised on the East Coast (primarily Connecticut and Massachusetts) and relocating to California, Sue fully understands the demands and pressures of relocating to a new community.
Because she appreciates the East Bay's prime location to San Francisco and because she has an extensive understanding of the community including the local landscape, activities and educational choices, Sue is able to refine the buying and selling process.
As a former Flight Attendant Supervisor, she has the enthusiasm and energy for positive people skills ...add a Broker's License and you have: Enthusiasm + Energy + Expertise . which equals and assures a great real estate experience.
Bringing positive results, whether the sale of a luxury estate home, or helping find a "dream home" in a pre-designed master planned community, a cottage, a vineyard estate, a condo, an investment, an empty nest, or a 1031 exchange ... Sue brings positive results.
On a personal note, Sue has been active in charitable organizations such as Alliance of the American Dental Association, with past involvements that have included the Junior League of San Francisco, Children's Hospital, Oakland-Rowan Branch, and the Dental Care Coordinator for East Bay Stand Down (serving homeless veterans). A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Sue has been an East Bay resident over 30 years. As empty nesters, Sue resides with her husband, Richard, in Alamo along with their Golden Doodle, Webster.