My special moments in real estate occur when I find just the right buyers for my sellers, and when I locate just the right property for my buyers.
Susan: "After living in Santa Fe for 25 years and listing and selling real estate for almost 20 years, I can truly say there's no place I would rather be." This declaration comes after residing in Europe and Mexico, living on both coasts of the U.S. and places in-between. Armed with a Master of Arts Degree in secondary education from Ohio State University, Susan Kline has taught most grades including Head Start and at the University level. As a new arrival in Santa Fe, she began selling art-paintings, sculpture, Indian pots, baskets and blankets, Eskimo objects, ancient coins, etc. This enterprise became the Santa Fe Gallery on Old Santa Fe Trail. Enjoying business, especially selling, real estate seemed a logical progression. At the time, motivated by two soon to go to college kids and Charlie, a Springer Spaniel, who thought of himself as a gourmand, plus a sizeable mortgage, she found the real estate business to be both satisfying and rewarding, and this still holds true today. She served on the Board of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society for 11 years, both as its President, Vice President and currently as Secretary. She has also served as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee and has been a member of the Grievance Committee of the Santa Fe Association of Realtors® for many years. "With any free time I can find, you can find me playing tennis, fly fishing and enjoying the natural splendors of New Mexico."
"My special moments in real estate occur when I find just the right buyers for my sellers, and when I locate just the right property for my buyers. It sounds easy, but countless hours go into this before the happy ending."
"Santa Fe operates with more than a bit of magic at its 7200 foot elevation. This city, which by all standards is a small town, enjoys the cultural life of any big city with its opera, symphony, desert chorale, art galleries, theatre and traveling dance companies. Easy access to the great outdoors is another plus. As is the shopping and the restaurants. Stir into this pot the unending variety of the town's people and cultures and you begin to sense what we who live here believe is Santa Fe's magic."
Lynden is a long time resident of the City Different and a native New Mexican. He attended New Mexico State University and The College of Santa Fe, majoring in Education, and was associated with the New Mexico School for the Deaf for ten years before changing careers to be a successful licensed Realtor®. Lynden brings fifteen years of experience with a specialized focus on residential homes and land. "Almost everyone has a real estate need. My purpose is to provide the best possible service to my clients, no matter the need, from moderate homes to estate properties."