Keri grew up in Northern San Diego County in the town of Fallbrook and went to college at Chico State in Northern California where she earned a Bachelor's degree in Communications. She lived and worked in San Francisco in advertising and marketing for both a marketing firm and a restaurant public relations firm. She moved back to San Diego to take a job with Transworld Snowboarding and Skateboarding magazine in sales and advertising. Keri eventually moved to Truckee in 2000 and fell in love with the area and has been here ever since. Keri's husband, Greg works as a General Contractor locally, and they have two great kids who are active in sports and their schools. Keri is active in the community serving on her neighborhood HOA board, the KidZone Museum Board, and helping with PTO at her local school, as well as donating time for various volunteer organizations here in Truckee.
She started working in Property Management for a local Realtor and got her real estate license in 2001. In 2004 she began working as a real estate agent. With extensive knowledge of both the area, and the unique factors of living in the mountains, Keri is known for her ability to listen and really match a client with the right area and home for them. There are many factors to consider when buying here in Truckee/North Lake Tahoe and an experienced realtor is necessary to make a solid decision. Keri has made many contacts over the years with professional sub-contractors and inspectors and she is a valuable resource to her clients both during and after a sale.
Partnering with Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, the #1 Real Estate company in the world, was an easy decision. Coldwell Banker provides its agents with unparalleled support in all three key areas of their job; marketing your home, negotiating offers and escrow negotiation, and transaction management. With over 21 years of sales, advertising, marketing, and operations experience, Keri is ready to handle all aspects of buying or selling your next home here in Truckee/North Lake Tahoe.