Helping clients find their ideal homes is extremely rewarding for real estate agent Taylor Haag, and it’s important to her that it’s rewarding for them too. Taylor knows that a home doesn’t just house families; it houses memories. She’s committed to providing a standard of service to her clients that is worthy of their investment.
After studying architecture in college, Taylor was always involved in some form of the real estate profession, which would align well with her future career as an agent. Her early career included the technical and customer-service side, and she went on to become an assistant operations manager at a real estate coaching company specializing in helping agents maintain a healthy mindset.
As a construction manager, Taylor oversaw retrofitting projects to help ensure environmental sustainability. Real estate agents were key stakeholders in Taylor’s retrofitting projects, and her admiration for their depth of knowledge spurred on an eagerness to explore the profession herself. Since 2013, she has been working largely with first-time buyers and sellers, continually demonstrating consistency, efficiency, and honesty.
Taylor weaves her professional skills into her personal life. She loves to donate free materials and labor to charities that help improve her community and the environment by retrofitting schools so that they’re more environmentally friendly. Taylor has also served as an ambassador to the Grossmont Union School District to advocate for Career Technical Education (CTE) programs, which provide college credits to high school students interested in such trades as woodshop, auto shop, and drafting.