My Personal and Business philosophy coincides as one. I love what I do, and I do it with integrity and honesty. For the past 15 years I have worked as Human Resource Consultant, Payroll Supervisor, Accountant, Auditor and now as a Real Estate Agent. I know that YOU, the client, are the most important asset of my business and I will ensure you feel confident throughout the process of buying, selling or investing in any real estate property. I stand behind what I say, because I have the tools to negotiate at the best of my abilities to obtain the property you truly Love. It is certainly a privilege to have the opportunity to do what I love, but even better is to have the chance to develop a long lasting relationship with my clients. Once we work together you become a friend and I will always be there when you need me.
I am originally from Venezuela. In 1996, while I was working as a Payroll Supervisor for Coca-Cola Company, I decided to move to the United States to learn English, because I needed to become a bilingual professional to excel within the company. In January 2004, I graduated from Kean University, NJ with a B.S. in Accounting. Following graduation, I started working for a CPA firm and within months I was hired by a subsidiary of BlueCross BlueShield of TN where I worked as In-Charge Auditor. In 2008, I got married and moved to Carlsbad, CA. I worked for MedImpact as an Auditor for a year. As great as it was, I decided to take a break to become a full-time mother, but when I felt ready to go back to work, I listened to the entrepreneurial spirit within myself and I decided to go back to the workforce. However, this time things would be different. I will create business on my own terms, so I got my Real Estate license and I started my successful career as a Real Estate agent. In November 2019, I moved to Costa Rica, Guanacaste Province with my family and I am planning to continue helping clients to reach their Real Estate goals.
“To give real service, you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.” – Douglas Adams