Grounded in experiences.
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Experienced. Connected. Singularly focused.

A long-time resident of Marin County, Karen is deeply connected to the people, the landscape, and the lifestyle that makes Marin a place unlike any other in the Bay Area.

 

She possesses an intimate knowledge of the neighborhoods, schools, market conditions, zoning regulations, and local economy. Whether you are looking for a quiet street or a bustling neighborhood, Karen will do the legwork, keeping you current with new properties and conditions as they affect the market.  

“My goal is to make the entire experience, from start to finish, as enjoyable and stress-free as possible.”


 

Connections in all the right places
 

Often, it’s not just what you know, but whom you know. For starters, Karen is backed by the Bay Area’s leading real estate brokerage, Pacific Union, which offers local and regional Bay Area outreach.

 

Among her peers, Karen has a stellar reputation for getting things done. She is well known and respected by other top producers in Marin and is able to leverage these relationships in multiple offer situations.

 

Finally, boasting a network of community, clients, and colleagues that runs decades deep, Karen has a wealth of resources at her disposal—from painters and contractors to hairdressers and doctors.

 

 

Client happiness is the best metric for success
 

Whether you are looking to buy a home or sell your own, Karen will provide you with the expert advice and trusted service you expect and deserve:

 

  • Available 24/7 to stay on top of and respond quickly to opportunities

  • Marketing strategies tailored to your property to ensure that it’s properly positioned in the marke

  • Staging resources to ensure your home is presented to its best advantage

  • Turnkey services and qualified referrals to reduce the stress and legwork of preparing a property for sale

 

 

“I believe a successful real estate transaction is more about the strength and integrity of the relationship between my client and myself than it is about the actual transaction.”