She has pricing, positioning and advertising down to a science. When representing buyers, she commits to a full understanding of the details and complexities so that her clients have what they need to make intelligent decisions. Suzanne Perkins is uniquely qualified to put together world-class deals because she delivers world-class service.
Hailing from Lexington, Kentucky, home state of the Kentucky Derby, Suzanne is no stranger to a championship mind set. An accomplished equestrian, Suzanne is a respected international judge as well as a breeder of champion show horses. Her passion and expertise for all things equine make her well qualified to represent the impressive ranches and equestrian properties that line her resume.
Of her own Blue Ribbon career, Suzanne insists that every day she is just doing what she loves and enjoys. She considers the fact that she gets to represent some of the most incredible properties and people in the world, in the spectacular surroundings of Santa Barbara, Montecito and the Santa Ynez Valley, a blessing with an exceptional bonus. Representing some of the globe's most distinguished clientele, Suzanne has had phenomenal success in the Santa Barbara market that has reached historical proportions. In January of 2007, Suzanne represented the sellers in the largest non-commercial transaction in California history, consisting of the El Cojo and Jalama Ranches, which were listed at a combined $155 million. In February of 2007, she represented both seller and buyer in the highest value residential oceanfront transaction in Santa Barbara history. This transaction was preceded in 2006, when Suzanne represented the seller of the most expensive residential beachfront property in Santa Barbara to that date.
Her integrity, work ethic and heart of gold compel Suzanne to deliver a level of service to her clients that is unequaled in today's real estate market. Suzanne utilizes a cutting-edge marketing team and state-of-the-art technology to ensure that her clients' properties get the exposure they deserve.