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Angie Marcella

Angie Marcella

Realtor


As a full-time sales associate with Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty Fairbanks Ranch office, Angie Marcella brings to each transaction a wealth of expertise and experience in a wide range of related fields, from financing and escrow services to public relations for a major land development company, that greatly benefits her clientele. 

 

Angie, a Certified Negotiation Expert and lifelong resident of Southern California, has a genuine passion for helping people achieve their real estate goals.  Known for her honesty, integrity and up-to-date knowledge of the marketplace, she prides herself on her ability to locate that perfect home that meets, and often exceeds, buyer expectations.  In representing sellers, she is able to attain the highest possible value by implementing a comprehensive plan through targeted marketing and maximum exposure. 

 

Angie made her debut into the real estate profession in 2000 as an Administrative Officer and Account Services director for Big West Corporation in Corona where she played a key role in their development mission, Building Better Communities. Three years later, she transitioned into the mortgage banking industry as a loan consultant for Bridge Capital Mortgage Services in Foothill Ranch.  

 

“I can truly recommend North County as a beautiful place to buy a home,” says Angie, who is specializing in the marketing and sale of residential property throughout the region.  With two sons managing and serving in a local ocean front hotel restaurant, and as the former manager of a local business in Carlsbad, she has been closely involved in the community for several years. 

 

When time permits, Angie enjoys time with her husband, her two grandchildren, Vito the Bulldog, a workout in the gym and outdoor activities such as tennis, horseback riding, boating, spending time at the beach, and camping trips with her family.  She has taught Sunday School at Daybreak Church for the past seven years and currently supports JDRF in their fight for Juvenile Diabetes. 

 

“I have found that when you focus on what you can help someone else do, it lights an extraordinary fire, “ says Angie, a consummate professional who believes that by educating her clients and keeping them well-informed is invaluable in helping  them to make the best decisions.