Lately it seems that above everything else in my life, I'm a Realtor. And in a market like the East Bay, that's how it has to be. It isn't just because I love this work (which I do) or because I want to sell more houses than other agents. It's because the East Bay is one of the fastest and most difficult markets in the country with, what I believe, are some of the most thorough agents. In order to accomplish the monumental task of helping buyers succeed, some of very modest means, and to help sellers secure the full value of what is often their most valuable asset, you need to be completely immersed. Luckily, it's my passion.
This is my 9th year in real estate. I started just as the market was taking a nose-dive. Didn't see that coming. But it was a blessing. I'd left a career as an attorney and I thought I had it all figured out. Nothing could be more difficult than law school and the bar. I was wrong, real estate was. But through all of the adversity and the huge learning curve that never goes away, I found my calling.
After seven years as a one woman show, I started a team. To find out more about me, visit http://farrahwilder.pacificunion.com/profile.