Jessica has been in marketing and event management for the past decade and has thrived in working with different clients and environments. Jessica started out in marketing by overseeing branded promotional tours for clients such as American Idol, Nintendo, BMW, and Lopez Tonight, touring all across the United States. After settling in Malibu, Jessica went off to then establish her career helping launch new products for Starbucks, and major beauty brands within Target Corporation.
From a young age, Jessica found herself captivated by the intricate designs and structures that shape homes, from small and simple dwellings to large and luxurious estates, appreciating the artistry and craftsmanship that goes into creating each unique home. Jessica's appreciation for homes transcends size and style, recognizing the unique qualities and inherent value that each type of home brings to those who inhabit them.
Jessica obtained her Real Estate license several years ago as she wanted to unite her passion for Real Estate with her marketing and sales career. Jessica understands that effective marketing plays a crucial role in showcasing the unique features and potential of a property and looks forward to assisting agents amplify their listings of both homes and land at Coldwell Banker Realty as a Sales Support Specialist.
In her free time, Jessica enjoys spending time in nature with her pack of animals and is also busy with her non-profit organization Boomer's Buddies Rescue that helps rescue vulnerable animals from the shelters in California.
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In real estate, exposure is everything. And from the top down, the Coldwell Banker brand provides it. Our national advertising campaigns have scored highest in effectiveness for the real estate category six years running*, providing valuable brand recognition that benefits our network of real estate professionals worldwide.
Realogy Named One Of The 2020 World's Most Ethical Companies
Realogy, a leading provider of residential real estate services, has been recognized by Ethisphere, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2020 World's Most Ethical Companies®. This is the ninth consecutive year in which Realogy has earned the distinction, underscoring its ongoing commitment to leading with integrity and embedding ethical business practices in its company culture.
The history of Malibu begins with the Chumash Indians who lived along the coast from Malibu to San Luis Obispo, as well as the interior valleys. The Chumash were one of the most advanced Indian groups in California and are well known as craftsmen and artists particularly for their canoes, baskets and bowls. One of their settlements – the Humaliwo settlement named for the sandy strip of land where “the surf sounds loudly” – eventually became present day Malibu. Malibu takes its name from this settlement - the “hu” syllable not emphasized in pronunciation.
A large portion of the properties that sell in Malibu are undeveloped lots, and many homes in the area are custom built, making for a highly diverse array of architectural designs and styles. It is not uncommon to see a contemporary eco-friendly house next to a Tuscan design, with a modern ranch-style home across the street. Like many other seaside communities, proximity to the ocean is a significant factor in price point—but properties directly on the beachfront are not always more expensive. In some cases, homes located in the hills just off the shore can be more desirable as they offer extra privacy and vista views of the Pacific.
A small-town feel, but with an abundance of elegance and vibrance, Malibu is a closely-knit residential community. Characterized by its persevered rural atmosphere, Malibu offers some of best surf and hiking in the world. The Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) is teeming with luxury shopping and high-end restaurants along with small mom & pop owned businesses.
Malibu also offers excellent public schools, outperforming state averages as well as private schools, such as MUSE school, an environmentalism-focused school founded by film director James Cameron and wife Suzy Cameron.