Beth Fernbacher starred on the tennis team as a University of California, Berkeley undergraduate and received one of the school's first athletic scholarships for women. She went on to play professionally.
After earning her MBA from the University of Virginia and working as a banker, Beth founded her own financial consulting business, helping small businesses all over America organize and manage their finances. Her financial planning expertise can be a real added value, helping you find the best way to buy the house you want -- or afford that house you thought was out of reach.
Beth continues her family tradition of community involvement with such organizations and events as the Marin County Canal Community Alliance, Breast Cancer Fund, and the Providian Relay for Organs 'R' Us. As a board member of the National Junior Tennis League, she helped fund programs to bring tennis to inner city youngsters in the Bay Area. Beth's a competitor and a winner, and she'll work hard to protect your interests every step of the way.
Beth Fernbacher knows Marin County real estate in a way few can match. Her great-great grandfather came to Marin County in 1878 and started a small business in San Rafael. Her great-grandfather was a pioneer of Marin's dairy industry and the first elected mayor of San Rafael. Her family saw Marin county evolve from farms and ranches to one of the most desirable real estate areas in the United States. They shared a deep appreciation of the many qualities that make Marin County special. Their community involvement helped build the Marin we know and love today.
Beth is a fifth-generation county resident. Her perspective can be of real value in helping you buy or sell your home. She knows the best areas, the best schools, the best weather, the best recreational opportunities, and the best places to find up-and-coming values. She knows how to find the resources you need to make buying or selling your home easy, secure, and hassle-free.