Soheila Shirazi is a part of Surterre Properties®, Southern California’s premier luxury real estate brokerage.
A genuine professional within her field, Soheila Shirazi promises her clients the most intelligent route to their most important goals by leveraging something she has in nearly every vital facet of the real estate business: experience.
Having worked in the mortgage industry prior to focusing on helping clients buy and sell homes, she possesses a rare and valuable understanding of finance and loans. And having many years of experience in real estate along with an MBA from Pepperdine, she’s able to deliver both solid service and sage guidance. A longtime resident of Newport Coast, she’s witnessed firsthand the ebbs and flows of the luxury marketplace, and how its changes affect its buyers and sellers.
“I call on my experience in finance as well as my firsthand knowledge of the real estate market to help my clients make educated choices that will give them long-term gratification,” Soheila explained.
No matter how simple or complex the circumstance, Soheila ensures real estate transactions that are smooth, rewarding and results-oriented, time and time again. Her loyal following of clients will attest to the fact that her ability is exceeded only by her professionalism and dedication to outstanding service.
Backed by the support of Surterre Properties, a leading full-service real estate firm in Southern California, Soheila supplements her vast set of skills with amenities such as an award-winning in-house design and advertising studio. What’s more, she works in an environment that’s tailored to address and satisfy the unique needs of the luxury market. With more than 325 of the area’s most accomplished agents working in harmony to ensure that all clients represented have positive, fulfilling experiences, Surterre gives Soheila leverage that simply doesn’t exist at any other brokerage.
Active within her community, Soheila and her daughter devote time and energy to Working Wardrobes, which empowers men, women, and young adults in life crisis to confidently enter the work force.