I'm a California native, born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. Upon graduating University of Oregon, I became a licensed Realtor and started my real estate career in San Francisco. In 2006, I moved to Los Angeles where I worked as an actress and television host.
In 2009, I rekindled my real estate career working closely with a top luxury agent in the Pacific Palisades, Brentwood and Santa Monica. In the summer of 2012, I set my attention on the South Bay and have since developed a flourishing career and noteworthy reputation amongst my clients and other realtors. Over the course of the past 3 years, I have had two children and closed over $30,000,000 in residential sales.
My job is multifaceted, and requires a tenacious work ethic. I’m in constant communication with my clients to walk them through each step of the process, and continually go above and beyond the expectations of what the average Realtor does. I recognize the importance of technology in my industry and how it helps my clients assess the market in real time, which is why I went to Compass. Combine my technology understanding with my follow up, experience, and market knowledge, and it gives my clients an edge to achieve optimal results. I also own an income property and recently bought my current home (when I was 8 months pregnant). Those experiences have helped me empathize on a deeper level with what my clients are going through in the current real estate climate.
Whether I’m representing a seller or a buyer, it’s my fiduciary duty to get them the best deal possible. In the past 2 years, 80% of my listings have resulted in bidding wars, and 100% of my buyers have won in competitive situations.
Taya DiCarlo | From Closing $1 to $10M While Pregnant
"Taya DiCarlo is one of my personal favorite real estate agents to follow on social media. Maybe it's her charisma or the thoughtfully planned out posts for this LA agent who originally grew up in the San Francisco area. Growing up and being involved in student council and cheer, the plan for Taya was to attend the University of Oregon to study journalism and become an on-air reporter... not real estate."
- Ivan Kwan