Meet Pamela Santy
How did you get interested in real estate?
I purchased my first home when I was 21 years old and was officially bitten by the real estate bug!
What is your favorite part of working in real estate?
Every real estate transaction is a different journey. No family or individual is the same. There is nothing more enjoyable than when a client falls in love with a home and being there to share the excitement of that moment.
What do you like to do outside of real estate?
Going to farmers market. Spending time with my husband and family. Sunday family dinners. Spending time with my two pugs, taking them for long walks along the river at Jensen Ranch.. Reading (or listening) to self development books. Morning workouts.
Who is your hero and why?
My greatest hero would be my mother. She raised me and my sisters during a very confusing time in this world. She was taught while growing up to be a mother and wife. However, by the time she was in her 30’s women were expected to be both mother, wife and bread winner. She was only taught to raise her children as she was raised, but her daughters wanted to fight for equality, march for anything we believed and be strongly independent. She never told us our ideas were wrong or encouraged us to be anything except strong independent women and to treat others with kindness and respect. Her greatest strength was in what she didn’t say. No judgement of others, no words of criticism, unconditional love and a smile that would light up a room.
What is the best part of living in the Central Valley?
Amazing food – Best Mexican food ever, but also amazing Chinese, Thai, Indian, Cuban, etc. Diverse culture. last place in California you can still buy at home on one income and the Central California location. Within a couple of hours you can be almost anywhere in California.