Specializing in Humboldt, Trinity & Shasta County
Summer has been actively engaged in Real Estate sales since 2003, with a wealth of experience in new construction, resale homes, ranches, compliant cannabis properties, vacant land, and commercial sales.
Summer's business has been built largely by referral of her past clients, a strong indication of confidence in her competence and results.
Summer is a Trinity County native, born in Denny in 1974 she was raised in the heart of the Trinity Alps Wilderness on a mining claim where her parents lived in a log-cabin they built themselves. When school age came along, her family moved to Hyampom, where Summer attended school from kindergarten through 5th grade. From 6th grade through graduation of High School in 1992, Summer lived in Hayfork. She met her husband in High School, and they are still happily married today over 25 years later.
In 1993 they moved to Oregon where Summer started working for Intel Corp., a Multi National Corporation that is the world's largest computer CPU manufacturer. Quickly recognizing the invaluable real-world business experience and opportunity, Summer efficiently climbed the corporate ladder in the 10 years she worked for Intel. Her experience prepared her well for her next endeavor in the real estate industry, having been a Purchasing Agent negotiating contracts, and a Customer Business Analyst responsible for forecasting customer's demand and managing the supply line for some of the largest computer manufacturers world-wide.
It was in 2003 Summer became a licensed Realtor® and moved from the Folsom area to Redding. But as all Trinity County natives know, Redding just isn't quite Trinity. So in 2008, Summer and her husband made the move back to Hayfork. Being home in Trinity County, helping people in the community is very rewarding and satisfying for Summer.
In 2018, Summer and her husband bought a home in Shelter Cove in Humboldt County, so TOP Properties is expanding into Humboldt County as well. With two fully staffed offices in Trinity County, one in Hayfork and one in Weaverville, the idea of expanding into Humboldt only makes sense, and is a very exciting endeavor for Summer!