Cheryl Heyermann once held the title of California's Youngest Real Estate Agent after receiving her license at only 18 –– while still attending high school! Two years later, she became a licensed broker and has carved out quite the niche for herself as a passionate, creative, and committed real estate professional serving the Peninsula real estate market.
As a Carmel Valley resident, Cheryl assists her hometown and its surrounding communities, including Carmel, Carmel Valley, Pebble Beach, and Pacific Grove. Her targeted audience includes educated professionals, C-level executives, small business owners, fellow creatives, second-home buyers, and performing artists.
A confident and experienced Realtor, Cheryl loves helping her clients find solutions and advocating on their behalf when making an offer or setting a sales price. Cheryl is earnest and caring when it comes to her clients. She listens to their unique needs and fights to get them what they want with her excellent communication skills and strategic negotiation tactics. With her high energy and infectious can-do attitude, it's easy to see why so many clients find it fun and relaxing to work with Cheryl.
Not only does she have in-depth expertise in the region's housing market, but Cheryl touts an extensive background in residential construction and design. She was personally involved in the design/development of more than 20 Carmel and Pebble Beach homes. As a frequent collaborator with local artisans and other construction professionals, Cheryl has an unbeatable network of valuable contacts she can happily connect you to for assistance with your home.
Cheryl has achieved more than $1 billion in sales throughout her career and has been listed in the top 1% of international sales worldwide for consecutive years. Her reputation for success, combined with her passion and a keen eye for design, are just a few of many reasons you'll love working with Cheryl to accomplish your real estate goals.
As an active community participant, Cheryl is involved with several local non-profit organizations and a past board member for the Hospice Giving Foundation. She enjoys taking advantage of her gorgeous natural surroundings by playing golf, gardening or hiking with her dogs in Garland Park or Pebble Beach.