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Before starting her career in real estate, Marsha Peters worked in corporate finance and as an investment banker. Her father worked in real estate, and eventually she realized that she wanted to work in her own community-she has lived in the South Bay most of her life-and use her financial background to help people find their home. She switched to real estate full-time in 1989. Marsha enjoys travel, skiing, camping, hiking, ancestry, history, spending time with her family, college basketball and football, baseball, food and wine, dogs, shelter animals, veterans and environmental issues. What would you like potential clients to know about you? "I am fair, honest, hard-working, professional, knowledgeable, and I care about my clients. I have lived in the South Bay most of my life, so I have extensive knowledge of the area." What does it take to be the best in the business? "Integrity, putting the client first, treating all fairly, working hard and staying informed." How do you give back to your community? "Habitat for Humanity, SPARE and Richstone." Who is your typical client? "Sophisticated financial buyers/investors, first-time buyers, repeat clients." In what ways do you provide top-notch service to your clients? "Quality and professional assistance in negotiating the sale; enthusiasm and professional follow-through to the close of escrow; and constant communication." What's most rewarding about your work? "Happy, satisfied clients at close of escrow. Making long-lasting business and personal relationships." In which area of real estate do you specialize? "Income property, single-family, townhomes, condos, first-time buyers, sophisticated investors." Do you have a philosophy for doing business? "Professional service based on traditional values-honesty and integrity."