About

Mary brings a high level of technical and business expertise to assist her clients in making the most educated Buying and Selling decisions. With a passion for the Desert Lifestyle, Mary offers a collaborative, organized and responsive approach to ensure a positive and successful experience for both Buyers and Sellers of residential real estate.Drawing on 30+ years in senior level positions handling commercial real estate for institutional clients, Mary utilizes her background in business management, investment analysis and contract negotiation to navigate the most complex transactions.


Serving the Coachella Valley from Palm Springs to Indio, Mary knows where to find the best investment opportunities for Buyers in the Desert market. For Sellers, Mary is strategic in positioning and marketing homes For Sale to achieve maximum results. She brings a flexible yet laser-focused approach to client care, offering expert advice to leverage current market conditions.


Mary joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties in 2015 when she moved from Los Angeles to Palm Springs after enjoying the Desert part time for over 20 years. Mary has immersed herself in the Desert communities and local real estate industry as an active member of the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce as well as the Palm Springs Association of REALTORS® (PSRAR), California Desert Association of REALTORS® (CDAR) and the local Women’s Council of REALTORS®. She is currently involved with Leadership Coachella Valley (LCV), Desert Roundtable and Winewomen PSP, a non-profit organization that supports local charities in the desert. A licensed real estate Broker in the State of California and Certified Property Manager® (CPM) through IREM, she is a REALTOR® and active member of California Association of REALTORS® (CAR) and National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Mary is a past President of Building Manager Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Greater Los Angeles, a 1400 member organization representing 144 million square feet of commercial property. Mary also continues her support of City of Hope (a non-profit cancer research hospital), in addition to membership and involvement with various other real estate, professional and charitable organizations.