I’m not a Yolo County native but I’ve lived here for so long that people swear we went to high school together! I’m always asked, “Going to the reunion?”
Real Estate has been my lifelong passion. For my 5th birthday, I asked for a hammer and nails so I could start “building things”. I received my real estate license in 1984 during my junior year at Sacramento State.
My husband, Dean, and I live in Central Woodland. We love being a part of this community. We have one son, Joshua, who is currently attending Chico State, and a large dog, Drover.
I love to spend my free time with my family, my friends, and my horses.
They say, you can live your life by default or by design, and I have chosen to live mine by design. I started my real estate practice in 1994 and embarked on a new career and have never looked back. Immediately, I knew that I had found my calling. My heart is full and my life fulfilled by serving people. I refer to my real estate family as my “other family”.
I’ve been married to my high school sweetheart, Bruce, since 1983. We have 2 beautiful children, Ashley & Adam, who are married to their incredible spouses, Joey & Korynne.
In my free time, I love to garden, workout, golf, camp, read, write, spend time in Montana at our mountain home, cook with my hubby and love on our Yellow Lab Tule. Life is Good~
I’m very excited by the opportunity to be a part of Yolo County’s newest real estate firm, Homestead 360! Real estate is my “encore” career after working for 30 years for the State of California. My background speaks to a strong commitment to the values of community, pride in one’s home and a belief that Yolo County is an extraordinary place to live.
I am a 5th generation native of this region, have construction experience and a policy background in community development. I am especially looking forward to helping others find homes and neighborhoods that meet their dreams and personal needs and at the same time, provide a strong sense of community and connection to family, friends, and neighbors.
Woodland native, born and raised. I went to Woodland High school and graduated in 2000. I attended Cuesta College in San Louis Obispo and married my husband Justin Blickle in 2005.
My past experience is in Title & Escrow and assisting in Financial Planning. In addition to spending my time at Homestead360, I also work part time as a Kaia Fit instructor helping women reach their fitness and health goals.
I have two daughters, Ruby 11 and Ella 8. We love spending our free time at the softball field, swim meets, volleyball, camping, the at beach and Truckee. I am so excited to be a part of a real estate team that has the same core values as I do. Live strong, live happy, and live healthy.
Dan lives in North Davis with his beautiful wife Alison, 2 boys, and 2 Boston Terriers. Dan and his boys are actively involved in Boy Scouts and enjoy camping as much as possible. Dan is a cyclist and a member of the Davis Bike Club. Dan and his family love to travel and dream of exploring the globe.
Dan has lived in the Davis and Woodland area for 30 years. As a ‘military brat’ he was transplanted here as a teen and has been here ever since. He owned and operated Bruegger’s Bagels in Downtown Davis from 1996 to 2003, when he sold it and decided to assume to role of stay-at-home dad.
In 2016, Dan decided to make a career change to real estate where he could utilize a lifetime of experiences to benefit his clients. He is excited to help people market and sell their homes and work with buyers on finding their ideal home. In Dan, you’ll find a reliable and responsive agent who will listen and work with you to help you achieve whatever your goals are.
I was born and raised in Hollister, CA, a small cow town famous for apricot orchards, earthquakes, and motorcycles. I graduated cum laude from Sonoma State University with a B.A. in English Literature in 2010. After my educational pursuits and a fast paced career in restaurants and management, my husband’s roots led us to Davis where his family has owned and operated Hibbert Lumber Company since 1947.
Once settled in Yolo County my real estate career started blossoming. I began as the executive assistant to a broker/owner/developer, moved on to transaction coordination, and eventually became a licensed Realtor in 2015 and have loved every aspect of the business.
I have been married to my husband Joe since 2014 and we are expecting our first child any day now! We live in South Woodland with our two big crazy dogs, Gracie and Max, and our fat cat, George. We like to spend our free time fishing, tomato gardening, hiking, exploring National Parks and hidden gems, and obsessing over Giants baseball. I’m an avid reader fond of true crime/mystery, and am a former dancer and musical theater performer who dreams of getting back on stage. If I ever retire from real estate some day, I hope to own a bakery/coffee shop that sells pies and books out of a little farmhouse in the country.
I’ve had a wonderfully strange life so far. In short, I was born in the Bay Area but have spent the majority of my upbringing bouncing around Southeast Asia, Europe, and the United States. After obtaining a B.S. in Neurology, Physiology and Behavior, B.A. in Studio Art, and M.S. in Global Health and Infectious Disease, I found my heart and home in Yolo County.
I was raised in a family of Real Estate Investors and Bankers so I feel like I’ve been in the business my whole life. (Un)fortunately, I was boring rebel and became the Medical Scientist for UCD after spending some time working on Transgenic Technology for Genentech. It wasn’t too long before I realized that there was a reason the family had a strong line of Real Estate-related professionals. We were made for it.
In my free time, I enjoy riding my off-the-track thoroughbred, lounging around with my rescue dogs, and searching for delicious new eats with my husband. I have a home and life full of food, fur, and love. oh, and I’m a huge Potterhead.
“Differences of habit and language are nothing at all if our aims are identical and our hearts are open.” – J.K. Rowling
While not a native of Woodland I did jump at the chance to move here for a second time when the opportunity arose. My husband and I love the close knit feel and friendliness of this town.
I was lucky to be an at-home-mom for 17 years to our daughter, Anna and am now thrilled to be learning all I can about real estate from the best in the business! In addition to being a wife and mother I was a volunteer at the Monterey Bay Aquarium where I worked with The Sea Otter Research and Conservation group as well as becoming a Certified Massage Therapist and practicing Martial Arts.
Born in Woodland and raised in Davis, I attended Davis Senior High School—Class of 84. I have lived in Woodland for the past 19 years and was very fortunate to be a stay at home mom for most of those years.
My five wonderful children are all adults now with beautiful children of their own who call me “Nana”, “Gramma” and “Bubbles”. I enjoy Pilates, quilting and baking but have a passion for backyard chicken farming. I am very excited to be a part of the Homestead360 Team!