Maggie Alegria (she/her)
Maggie’s journey in real estate began with unconventional naps in the back seat of her mother’s ’66 Mustang, navigating the streets of San Francisco City College during an era when single women pursuing degrees were a rarity. Inspired by her Uncle Jim, a real estate developer in Puerto Rico, she embraced the idea that real estate was in her DNA. Maggie played a pivotal role in her mother’s venture of transforming a property into a 10-room Air B&B, marking her first experience in property flipping and team management during her teens.
Maggie moved to Puerto Rico and lived there for three years, followed by four years in Haddonfield, NJ. She returned to the San Francisco Bay Area at the age of 19, where she purchased her first condo for $20,000, following her mother’s footsteps of independence and business acumen. Marriage to a contractor, obtaining a real estate license, and trading the condo for a new home initiated a journey of buying and flipping 13 properties. Throughout her expansive real estate career, spanning decades and surviving market fluctuations, natural disasters, and technological shifts, Maggie not only honed her skills in sales, marketing, and negotiation but also established her own staging business. Recognizing the core importance of human connection, integrity, and a sense of humor, Maggie values her clients as friends and considers networking, staging, and problem-solving integral to her chosen career.
With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Maggie now aspires to share her expertise with the community of Richmond, driven by the desire to help individuals achieve their real estate goals and make a lasting impact on the town where her grandsons reside.
a tall, clear, room temp glass of tap water, fresh, clean and simple.
Chef Boy Andy's Kitchen (my son's kitchen, he was a chef by trade!)
Hot yoga, talking about important things
Catherine Center, a transitional place of safety and dignity for women to live and heal upon leaving incarceration. Works with women to understand the root causes of their incarceration.
Pretty much everything...
I was the 5th grade ping pong champ hahahaa!