A Silicon Valley Real Estate Firecracker, Dana McCue operates with a joie de vivre all her own. Perpetually enthusiastic about her role as a realtor, sixteen years in the game has only amplified her excitement for helping others put down roots. Born in Burlingame and raised amid the picturesque apple orchards of Washington State, the high-caliber agent earned a Communications degree from University of Washington before returning to her Bay Area roots.
Instilled with a lifelong love of architecture and a penchant for chic interior design, it was only natural that Dana would end up in the real estate realm. Gaining recognition for her gregarious charm, the legendary go-getter is “the very best kind of real estate professional”. As one client remarked, “The results were spectacular, including the renovation, staging, photos, brochure, and ultimately the sale.”
It comes as no surprise that Dana delivers impressive results for her listings- one home recently sold $1M over the list price. She’s a true warrior for her clients with her fierce negotiating skills. Credible, compassionate, and exceedingly trustworthy, Dana has earned a reputation for working tirelessly to get her clients across the finish line and always aims to exceed expectations. Netting an impressive $208M in career sales – including Crescent Park’s historic, 115-year-old mansion “The Williams House” located at 1300 Hamilton Avenue, Dana has become a beloved fixture in Palo Alto’s local real estate scene.
Imbued with deep connection to her home state, this Palo Altan loves living in a tight-knit community. Proud Mom of two adult children, both of her kids rose through the ranks of local Palo Alto schools. A beagle mom to their beloved, “Buck”, Dana and her husband Tom love walking downtown for dinner on weeknights and escaping to Napa for wine tasting on weekends. A prolific traveler who names Sainte-Maxime, Elba, Isle of Skye, and Mauritius as some of her favorite destinations, Dana has grand plans of “dream” retiring in the south of France. Lucky for us Palo Alto residents, that’s a long way off.