California Real Estate Heritage
Having been born into a family of California real estate professionals, Randi knows about buying and selling houses. She has a strong work ethic, natural enthusiasm and patience. Since the last market peak, Randi has sold nearly $200 million of properties.
Coldwell Banker Del Monte Realty has a 40% market share on the Monterey Peninsula, the largest of any firm, is also the largest in Silicon Valley.
Randi lives in Pebble Beach and is a native Californian. After earning an MBA in Finance, she joined the management ranks of the Baby Bells and Exxon. Eager to be an entrepreneur at mid-life, she co-founded a successful internet site with her husband. Randi uses her finely honed marketing, computer and negotiation skills to help her clients with their real estate needs.
Randi has volunteered for Hospice House in Monterey, the National Charity League, the Carmel Foundation and the Del Monte Property Owners Association. She supports the Sunset Center, The Carmel Foundation, the Carmel Library, the Monterey Symphony, the Community Hospital and the Food Bank of Monterey County.
Her son is an executive and spokesman for CrossFit,Inc. in San Diego. He graduated from York School where he was a National Merit Finalist and from Georgetown University. Her daughter attended both Stevenson and PG High School and is a Senior at UC San Diego majoring in bio-chemistry. She has interned at the Hopkins Laboratory in PG, in the emergency room at CHOMP and at the library at NPS.
As a native Californian and a transplant, someone who has lived on the East Coast and in Texas, Randi can personally relate to the circumstances of many of the buyers and sellers she meets. Clients remark about her calm style and lack of pressure. You can read her
The natural beauty on the Monterey Peninsula is breath-taking and enduring. As Henry Miller once wrote: "This is the California that men dreamed of years ago, this is the Pacific that Balboa looked out on from the Peak of Darien, this is the face of the Earth as the Creator intended it to look."
The Monterey Peninsula is the place to consider if you are looking for extraordinary recreational activities, low traffic, a gorgeous environment, cool summers and a great long-term investment.