We are excited to finally, formally welcome two awesome agents to San Diego Castles Realty, and not just because it gives me an excuse to bury the “Birthday” post (although that is a big part of it). If we had an office, we would need a bigger one.
I’m kidding, of course. We have an office, but it’s not the traditional office with a bunch of wasted space and smoke and mirrors, “look how important we are” trappings. We call it our docking station, and the docking station just got a little more vibrant.
Millie Fitzpatrick brings over 30 years of real estate experience. She has been representing both buyers and sellers for over 12 of those. Her prior experience is diverse. Prior to entering the exciting world of real estate, Millie worked in the legal profession, was co-owner and manager of Alexander Financial, and a funded both VA and FHA loans.
She is proud wife and mother and, unlike myself, she is apparently coordinated, as she enjoys participating in all kinds of crazy sports. They even let her coach youth soccer for 2o years. Millie, to put it mildly, has spunk, not to mention a wicked sense of humor (something we covet around here). She is also genuinely really, really nice.
Leslie Flemming has been knocking around the real estate industry for over a decade. She, too, is an experienced buyer and seller representative, and she is as smart as a whip. Prior to working in real estate, she squeezed in a degree from my San Diego State alma mater and even graduated from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, so no back talk!
Both are (gasp) Scripps Ranch residents. More importantly, each shares our passion for the business, our commitment to always putting the client first, and our philosophy of representing, not selling. Duh. If they didn’t, they wouldn’t be here, and we are so glad they are.
We are proud as punch to have two fabulous new partner agents. Please give them a welcome-to-the-neighborhood shout out.
Now, having dispensed with “the birthday” (which Steve says makes me 3.5 years old in giant Sequoia years), his own birthday yesterday (a prime number which we will keep under our hats), and the little matter of an expanding agent roster, we will get back to our regular programming.