Experienced in residential, land, and commercial/investment transactions. A talent for solving problems and a passion for helping other people has fueled Broker Associate Sandra Rimer's success in real estate since 1979. Formerly the President and CFO of Coldwell Banker Prestige Properties, Sandi has excelled as a result of her capacity for establishing relationships, in-depth knowledge of property value analyses, and thorough understanding of legal issues pertaining to real estate. As a veteran executive with a proven track record, Sandi's leadership responsibilities have included creating favorable solutions for difficult transactions, as well as training agents in contract compliance and real estate psychology. Committed to provide comprehensive representation for clients with a broad spectrum of needs, she formed effective teams of paid staff, veteran agents, independent contractors and volunteers. Throughout her career Sandi's high standards of personal integrity and sense of responsibility to her clients have motivated her to continually refine her knowledge of real estate. A graduate of the University of Redlands, she completed an advanced series of real estate-related coursework to earn designations in the areas of foreclosure, probate and trust, divorce, and commercial/ investment transactions. With extensive experience in multiple aspects of real estate, from investment and commercial properties, starter homes and luxury estates, to developments, land sales and vacation homes, Sandi is known for her versatility and professionalism. By developing customized marketing campaigns for each of her listings, and ensuring that each campaign reaches the most relevant demographics, she has built a reputation for delivering short market times and high sale prices. Dedicated to serve her community as well as her clients Sandi has volunteered for Rotary International since December 10, 1988, with positions ranging from Rotary Foundation Chair and District Finance Committee Chair to District Governor for both San Diego and Imperial counties. Her responsibilities have included developing international relationships and building teams of more than 3600 business leaders; additionally her fundraising efforts have benefited the following organizations: City of Hope, Escondido Boys and Girls Club and Soroptomist International.