Suzanne Kindschi

    Suzanne Kindschi

    CalDRE #02022896
    I am a realtor for so many reasons. Have you ever taken a path in life and wondered how that "other path" may have looked? I have loved my career of over 25 years, working in corporate finance and project management with both very small startups and some of the largest companies in the world. I've worked as an employee, as a manager, and I've had my own company as well. All those years, that other path - working in real estate - lurked in the recesses of my mind.

    As a native, 4th-generation Californian, I am blessed to have lived in San Diego County for the past 23 years with family: I am married to an amazing man, and mother of two wonderful adult children. But as my retirement years met their college years, I found myself staring at an abundance of free time. Something I know about myself - I am not great at being idle.

    Giving back to the community and sharing our gifts is of great importance me, and I've spent an increasing amount of time doing just that. Over the years, it has been a privilege and an honor to give much of my time and resources to local schools - whether it be fundraising, running a high school Peer Tutoring program on campus, or serving in so many other ways.

    Retirement has allowed me time to serve in more arenas. On the Grants Committee for the Escondido Community Foundation, I am able to have a direct impact on the future of my own community. As Treasurer of The Thumbprint Project Foundation, I am able to work alongside the Salvation Army and several amazing individuals to give a better future for children rendered homeless due to domestic violence. Of course, since sharing my faith is another priority for me, I've served for years as a group leader in Bible Study Fellowship, and remained active in my church.

    That other path worked it's way to the forefront of my mind, so I decided a few years ago to jump in with both feet. For me, it is a perfect culmination of using my time to satisfy my desire to serve others, while also sharing in their joy of a new home. It is so much more than helping people in my life to buy and sell their home; I get to make an impact in their lives. What's more, it feels like a natural fit because I can borrow from the business skills I've developed during my "working" years. I see my opportunity as a realtor to help friends , old and new, as an honor. It's a good life!

    My Experience

    • 20 years Corporate Finance
    • 15 years Global Project Management
    • 10 years Business Process Analysis
    • 30 years Real Estate Investing

    My Community Involvement

    • Treasurer, The Thumbprint Project Foundation - Aids in the transitional process of homeless children who have been impacted by childhood domestic violence.
    • Grants Committee, Escondido Charitable Foundation - Providing funding to Escondido nonprofit organizations and causes; that will benefit Escondido.

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    SPRING INTO SUMMER

    Reports abound with opposing data and information about the future of our markets and industries as we emerge from life in lockdown. Regarding the real estate industry, a trusted source backed up his views in a recent interview. Dr. Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Research at the National Association of REALTORS®, gave an update on the ongoing effects of the Coronavirus on the economy and housing. Here are some of the main takeaways, based on the very latest data:THE M...
    May 12, 2020 Real Estate News

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