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Tara Klein is the consummate real estate professional. With a strong work ethic, and highly evolved interpersonal skills, Tara is fully focused on helping her clients to achieve their home-buying or -selling goals.
Tara's mission is to provide her clients with detailed information about the overall market, area specific market data, and community information. Her strong market knowledge, combined with her commitment to robust communication throughout the buying or selling process, make her the ideal partner to guide you through your next home purchase.
Tara's clients are always impressed with her market knowledge, accessibility, and her commitment to communicating with them throughout the buying or selling process. 'Being accessible to my clients, helps to put them at ease during the real estate process, it builds trust, and they feel comfortable asking me questions, and expressing their needs.'
Tara Klein holds a B.A. in Communications from the University of Southern California. She grew up in Westlake Village, in a real estate family and clients. Although Tara Klein works in Manhattan Beach, her market knowledge spans throughout the Westside/Santa Monica area to the Palos Verdes Peninsula which includes; Marina Del Rey, Playa Del Rey, Playa Vista, Venice, Westchester, El Segundo, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo, Torrance, and Palos Verdes
Tara is passionate about giving back to the community where she sells homes. The South Bay Association of Realtors presented Tara with the 2018 Citizen of the Year award for her on-going commitment to helping the South Bay community through her philanthropic endeavors. She was also a nominee for the award in 2105 and 2017. Tara served as the 2014 Walk With Sally, White Light White Night chairperson, the 2015, and 2016 co-chairperson, and is an on-going advisory board member for the locally founded organization that provides mentorship programs for children who have lost a parent to cancer.