Sierra Walvatne

Licensed Real Estate SalespersonDRE #: 01940514

Real Estate Agent

About Sierra

Sierra is a San Diego native who grew up in the East part of the county. While she loves traveling, she has always appreciated the many things San Diego has to offer and for that reason continues to reside here as she's grown older.

She started her real estate career in 2007 while attending the University of California, San Diego to obtain her degree in Psychology. Sierra decided to continue the pursuit of real estate upon graduating college. She finds the career extremely engaging, always changing with new people & experiences, while simultaneously fulfilling her passion to able to help people.

Initially, she worked for a number of San Diego county top producers where she garnered endless experience in real estate and its practice including residential real estate, lot/land sales, high volume, commercial real estate, administrative tasks associated with completing a real estate transaction, showing properties, developing real estate farm areas and the endless marketing and advertising that goes along with it. Sierra eventually made her way onto a team that became number one for Century 21 globally.

After 6.5 years of selling over $100 million dollars annually in real estate, the fast paced lifestyle left something to be desired. In 2020, Sierra joined the Ahearn Team in the hopes of forming new relationships in a productive, fun and collaborative effort that would result in a positive and productive atmosphere of real estate success stories.

She is continuing to build her own real estate portfolio. She enjoys her free time with her partner and his daughter taking advantage of all the great outdoor activities San Diego has to offer. She is maintaining her continued aspirations of helping people through perseverance, good communication, a positive attitude and always being available to the Ahearn Team clients!
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Sierra Walvatne

1615 Murray Canyon Rd Suite 110
San Diego, 92108

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