Education: Bachelor of Arts in Geography
Member: Los Angeles Board of Realtors, Miami Board of Realtors
Present Brokerage: Rodeo Realty, Beverly Hills & Compass Real Estate , Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
During the course of a 34-year real estate career and with over 1/2 billion dollars in sales, the sale of high-end luxury estates throughout Bel Air, Beverly Hills and the Westside of Los Angeles has been the focus; however, along with these extensive sales, residential income and commercial property are included. These are supplemented with sales in Palm Springs, the Desert area and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Among trophy sales is the Pier Approach to the Redondo Beach Pier housing restaurants and stores.
Numerous popular hotels in both Marina del Rey and the Desert have been part of the portfolio.
With the representation of 20 of California’s largest lending institutions in the sale of their repossessed assets, Mary Kay has been in the top 1/2% in production for 3500 agents in the 6th largest independent firm in the country. Today, likewise, Rodeo Realty is the largest independent firm in California with a roster of seasoned agents thrilled to be a part of such a generous and successful organization.
Mary Kay’s celebrity and client list is extensive and available for viewing along with all listing presentations. Determination to accomplish, diligence, knowledge, and high-energy along with a love of real estate have made her a leader in the industry.
Besides continually selling estate property throughout Beverly Hills, Bel Air and Brentwood, I was chosen from the 15,000 real estate agents in Los Angeles to personally represent the following lenders in the disposition of their repossessed assets on the Westside of Los Angeles from 1990 to 1997 when the market was not doing well at all:
- California Federal Bank
- Western Federal Savings
- Santa Monica Bank
- PNC Mortgage
- G E Capital
- Imperial Credit
- Berkeley Federal Bank
- Glendale Federal
- TOPA Thrift and Loan
- Bank of America
- American Savings
- First Federal Bank of California
- Wells Fargo
- Century Bank (merged with California Overseas Bank)
- Western Bank
- World Savings
- First Colony Financial
- Sterling Bank