More About Jamie

Growing up in a military family who moved multiple times during my childhood taught me firsthand a lot about the stresses, excitement and challenges of relocating and helped foster my love of all things Real Estate. I feel incredibly fortunate that my family’s last move with the Air Force was to a little town in Northern California. After college in Southern California and 3 year stint in the beautiful state of Colorado, my husband, Mike and I decided that raising our three children in Northern California near our families was of the utmost importance and happily returned to the San Francisco Bay Area. We spent a number of great years living and working on the Peninsula (Belmont), but eventually decided to settle in the Town of Danville, where my husband spent most of his childhood. Having the opportunity to live and work in both the Peninsula and East Bay markets and making the move personally, has given me insight and knowledge that helps me better relate to and serve my clients. I am pleased to continue to represent buyers and sellers on both sides of the Bay. 

Whether you are looking to moving down the street, across the Bay, out of state or even out of the country I can help. My knowledge of the San Francisco Bay Area Real Estate Market, negotiation skills, creative marketing techniques, willingness to work hard and commitment are just a few of the reasons I have successfully represented my clients in their real estate transactions.  If you are buying, selling or just looking for some friendly advice about the San Francisco Real Estate Market please don’t hesitate to contact me.

When I am not working with clients,  I enjoy spending time with my husband, our 3 kids and our dogs, Bourbon and Talus. Some of our favorite things to do are camping, fishing, riding bikes and spending time in Tahoe. Being active in my community is very important to me and I am proud to be a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for a foster youth in our county, President of the Parent Board of the San Ramon Valley Mountain Bike Club and an American Red Cross Disaster Services Volunteer.