Jaki has more than 20 years experience in Real Estate here in the Conejo Valley, and she uses the knowledge and experience she gained over the years to help her clients achieve their goals as quickly, and with as little stress as possible. She stays in close touch with her clients throughout a transaction, always being available to answer any questions or concerns.
Jaki moved to Southern California from the UK with her family in 1987. She & her husband Nigel have two sons, Charlie & Wiliam, who went through the Las Virgenes School system, and now live happy and fulfilled lives in LA.
Jaki has a degree in sales management, and has had careers in advertising, market research, and business management.
Home is the most important place to us all, and purchasing a property, be it as a home or as an investment, is the biggest expense and commitment most of us ever make. I enjoy my career so much, and the reason for this is you, my client. It is because of you that I decided to become a Realtor, so I am looking forward to being there for you from beginning to end!
Amy’s dedication to her clients helps her build a close relationship and ensure that the buying or selling process flows smoothly. Amy uses her many years of sales experience to expertly market your property to achieve the highest price possible. For buyers, she will focus on a clear, concise sales and service plan, with constant updates to answer your questions and keep you informed.
Amy was raised here in the Conejo Valley, which has given her an intimate knowledge of the local communities. She received her bachelor’s degree in Business Management from California State University of Northridge.
Amy serves on the advisory board for Support For The Kids; a local non-profit organization providing one-on-one tutoring for over 1000 kids in foster care in Ventura County. (www.supportforthekids.org)
Her passions are her two boys, Chase & Jackson, and husband Mike. When Amy’s not spending time with family or clients, you’ll find her in the kitchen whipping up gourmet meals or having competitive fun on the tennis court.