To provide, 'Real Estate with a Personal Touch' by establishing client relationships for life.
Ingrid has focused on providing second-to-none real estate services with a personal touch while building life-long client relationships. Representing buyers and sellers as a REALTOR since 1979, Ingrid is well-respected and is characterized as a caring, dedicated professional by her clients and colleagues.
Born, raised and educated in Heidelberg, Germany, Ingrid moved to the United States as an adult. Since 1985, Ingrid and her husband, Stu, have resided in the Parkside neighborhood in Pleasanton. Mother of two adult sons and grandmother (or Omi) to four lovely grandchildren, Ingrid prides herself on keeping strong family connections.
Ingrid continuously strives to keep herself updated on the trends and the ever-changing status of today's real estate market. She also keeps herself in the loop of future planning and development in her areas of expertise.
Ingrid's commitment to excellence has earned her distinguished awards in the world's largest relocation network, her community and her own office. She exemplifies Real Estate with a personal touch!
What Ingrid's Clients Have to Say:
'Ingrid makes one feel you are her 'only' client. She always goes the extra distance to assist you. Her advice and attention to detail makes her an excellent agent. When I need the service of an agent again, you can be sure Ingrid will be the one I call.'
-Jeff and Diane Barton
'Your tireless effort and timely updates on progress gave us much needed confidence in our real estate professional. You were responsive to our requests yet sensitive to the Seller's needs as well. We have dealt with a number of realtors in the past, but our relationship with you was a special one. We feel confident referring you to prospective clients'
-Pat and JoAnn Mc Goff
'We choose Ingrid as our realtor because of her professionalism, enthusiasm, and up to the minute Knowledge what was happening in the Parkside area. We were extremely satisfied with the work she did for us. We felt she treated the sale of our home as she would have treated the sale of her own home.'