When Marlene Dietrich moved to Orange County from Chicago in 1990, she knew that she would have a career in real estate for the rest of her life. “I was working in the Orange County market before I even unpacked,” she remembers. Twenty-three years later, she is the recipient of 13 Chairman’s Circle Awards and ranks among the top 1% of agents nationwide. While the accolades make her proud, it is her commitment to her community that really defines her business as well as her life.
For the past decade, Marlene Dietrich and her team have been a family effort as she has been joined by her husband, Tony Massod, and her son, Michael Bohinc. Between the three of them, they have developed a procedural system for providing the highest quality of customer service to their clients. In any situation, the goal is to make the transaction run as smoothly as possible for the client by operation as a team with honesty and integrity. “We all know and work with all of our clients at the same time, and we are always available on their schedule. That’s what a good solid family relationship can do for our clients.”
An important aspect of Marlene’s involvement in her community is her work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which she has supported for more than 15 years. She and her family also donate their time by feeding the homeless in Santa Ana and by participating in Human Options, a non-profit organization that provides safe haven and life-changing programs to abused women and children.
Always seeing each new transaction as an opportunity to learn something new, Marlene is grateful that she has a career that allows her to help people make their lives better. “Real estate is the best thing that ever happened to me. I just fit into this kind of work perfectly….everything I’ve ever done in my entire life has led me to this job. My family and I live real estate!”
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