Chris Reichle

Chris launched into the real estate world at the ripe age of 16, learning from the ground up as she took on tasks with the property management division of a development company in Southern California. From apartment complexes to co-op conversions, she worked through the intricacies while attending college and earned a transfer across the country to Kentucky when the company purchased a commercial building and residential complex in need of some energetic leasing talent.

In the mid 80’s, she headed back to California, eventually evolved from property management to full-fledged real estate sales, interwoven with getting married and having two daughters (now grown and successful in their own right). Never content to languish, she then explored the lending field and continued her reputation as a top producer with a bank before being lured away into the arena of new home sales. Chris worked for several well-known national builders, earned an impressive bevy of awards and received invaluable experience and training in merchandising, sales, construction and marketing.

When it came right down to it, she chose the resale market in central California as her long-term, settled-in, make-people-happy connection to real estate. While earning sales and customer service recognition in the Modesto area, she often snuck away to her cabin in Snowshoe Springs here in the Sierra. Then all it took was her recent marriage to the head golf professional at Sequoia Woods Country Club to convert her to a full time resident of Angels Camp and a proud addition to our staff here at Cedar Creek Realty.

Chris brings energy and expertise, unbridled enthusiasm and an appetite for all aspects of helping people find or sell a home. She offers staging advice, lending suggestions, local knowledge and a straight ahead commitment to making sure her clients get what they need. When she takes a moment for herself, she is golfing, tackling remodeling projects, traveling and celebrating her arrival here in the mountains.

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