Trudy Reeves’ clients not only reap the benefits of her many years in the real estate business, but her cumulative skills in practicing real estate and banking law, writing marketing plans for start-ups, teaching business communication and negotiation, and interpreting natural resources as a docent at Point Lobos.
Trudy first moved to the Monterey Peninsula in 1990 and fell in love with this place that she has since called “home” no matter where else she might be. She often tells visitors and clients, “Once I moved here, I could never really leave for very long. The Monterey Peninsula makes my heart sing.”
Upon her return from several years as her parents’ caregiver, Trudy trained as a volunteer docent and California Naturalist at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve. She can be frequently found out on the trails and seashore counting otters, leading nature walks, spotting birds, and generally interpreting the amazing natural resources protected at Point Lobos, known as the crown jewel of California State Parks.
Trudy interprets the real estate resources of the Monterey Peninsula in much the same way. She loves working with investors and homeowners in the search, as well as the transaction. As she guides and counsels her clients toward excellent outcomes, Trudy Reeves delivers a level of personal service and attention to detail unmatched in this real estate market.