Michelle Jogopulos is a Premier Agent with Zillow
Why Real Estate? Michelle grew up living in 22 homes in 20 years. She's lived in almost every kind of home imaginable. So when she says she helps you with your house hunting journey, she takes it seriously. Michelle will ask about your lifestyle, such as: Do you host the holidays? Do you entertain? What things bringyou joy in a home? Where is your favorite vacation spot? What do you do for fun? What are your must haves? Then she searches and finds the best home to bring those desires to life.
"I grew up helping people! Selling furniture was for my first job. I continued in the Furniture Industry for 10 years and managed 11 locations. I always loved helping people design their home. I was the youngest Planning Commissioner for the City of Brentwood. I helped design many of the homes and businesses in Brentwood."
Michelle understands how home developments are designed. It was a quite the experience. She learned the importance of roads and infrastructure to a growing community and helped people control their power usage with solar panels for the home. She became a full-time licensed REALTOR in 2001 and has earned numerous awards and achievements over the years, including the prestigious President's Club award.
"Real Estate is my happy place. It allows me to help people move into homes to raise a family and build their futures. A home builds financial wealth and lasting memories. I enjoy being part of it!"
Michelle and her family moved to beautiful Brentwood in January 1993. They were looking for a place to raise their growing family. Fast forward 22 years, she is the proud mother of Paul and Nia. Her children played baseball, football, bowling, golf, volleyball and basketball. Her and her family are huge sports fans! Both children graduated from California State University, Sacramento. Prior to real estate, Michelle was in the Top 2% for Mary Kay as a Sales Director -and yes, she earned a free pink car!
"I am a full-time REALTOR and my passion is helping people find their desired life in their home."