Recognized for her hardworking, honest work ethic, Cindy Jacobson provides a superior real estate experience that is truly limitless for clients. A full time Real Estate Professional for 18 years, Cindy joined Keller Williams Realty, Westlake Village in 2009, ranking in the top 10 percent in production with the company. She holds a position on the Agent Leadership Council, ALC, as the public relations and marketing specialist.
Prior to real estate, Cindy was a Title Insurance Sales Representative and also worked with a large mortgage company, handling their PR, marketing and business development. From these positions, she developed strong negotiation, communication and execution skills.
Jacobson creates a distinct brand for each property, one that will accentuate and appeal to the largest segment of the property's target market. Understanding that each property merits a thorough, and unique marketing plan, she knows how beneficial branding can be.
Creating a superior client experience, 95 percent of Cindy's business is from past clients and referrals ranging from professional athletes, musicians, medical physicians, fire fighters, executives, investors, etc.
With sincere love and respect for animals, Cindy originally envisioned a career in veterinary medicine, majoring in business and veterinary science in college. Early in, she realized her passion of interacting with people, the real estate industry and her ability to connect locally and beyond.
Jacobson is a Certified International Relocation Specialist, Certified REO Specialist, Certified Foreclosure Specialist, Certified Short Sale Specialist, Luxury Home Marketing Specialist and is currently working on her Brokers License.
With a strong belief of giving back to her community, Jacobson volunteers with San Francisco Giant's pitcher, Barry Zito's Strike Out's For Troops, Forever Friends Golden Retrieve Rescue, Los Angeles Children's Hospital, LAFD Relief Fund, LAFD Widows and Orphans Fund, "Stand Up To Cancer," David Beezer's "Torture Cancer" Foundation, Chicago White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy's foundation and Bret Saberhagen "Make a Difference" foundation.