Cynthia is an award-winning REALTOR® who focuses on providing the highest quality service and delivering exemplary results for each client. To achieve optimum results in the Bay Area’s competitive residential markets, buyers and sellers need a skilled communicator working with drive and enthusiasm. Cynthia is that agent. Her values of integrity, flexibility, resourcefulness, creative thinking, and attention to detail make the process of buying or selling a home seamless and efficient, always with the goal of surpassing client expectations. For Cynthia, being a successful real estate professional is much more than helping people buy and sell homes — it is connecting with the community, forging relationships, and aiding clients to fulfill their version of the American Dream.

Cynthia’s desire to serve clients comes from a deep-rooted love of volunteerism. During a gap year after high school, Cynthia became an AmeriCorps volunteer where she taught conflict-resolution skills and provided inner-city youth a safe place to be children. After college, she joined the AmeriCorps chapter in North Lake Tahoe, working at Tahoe SAFE Alliance. The opportunity to contribute to a greater good in such a beautiful environment is what made her fall in love with the California lifestyle. She continues to serve Habitat for Humanity and Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano County. She also proudly serves on the Governing Board for the Women’s Council of REALTORS®, Contra Costa Network.

When not researching and pursuing the next deal for her clients, Cynthia can be found hiking with her husband Mark and their Ausky pup, traveling, and camping. As a resident of downtown Martinez, Cynthia loves exploring the multitude of amazing eateries and locally owned shops that Martinez has to offer.





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