Victoria Stimple is an Experience Coordinator at TRELORA, working to ensure every buyer, seller, cooperating agent and vendor has what they need to successfully move to the next stage of the deal. She is a solution-oriented thinker focused on keeping lines of communication open. She also happens to be a marketing & pr whiz adept at getting the word out about the organization.
What does it mean to you to be part of TRELORA?
Being a part of TRELORA means working together to drive the future of real estate alongside passionate people who care about doing right by homeowners and buyers. In short, it means the world to me to be a part of TRELORA.
What do you like about working at TRELORA?
I love the atmosphere at TRELORA. Everyone is always positive, non-judgmental and kind.
How do you try to leave people better?
I try to be as kind and compassionate as possible in every interaction I have with people. Making people smile is my favorite thing to do.
Name 3 of your core values.
Tell us about your best TRELORA experience.
My best TRELORA experience was my first day joining the team. I received the warmest welcome by my colleagues and everyone offered their help. I felt at home immediately.
Tell us about a work-related challenge you have overcome.
Being a woman working in a male-dominated industry when I was remodeling houses was the biggest work-related challenge I have faced. Men underestimated the fact that I could jump in and fix plumbing issues and wasn't afraid to do the demolition work.
If you weren't revolutionizing the real estate industry, what would you be doing?
I would be working on branding, marketing and PR for passionate people pursuing their dreams whether that is as a music artist or building a pocket square company.
Read any good books lately?
I recently started going through Sundar Pichai's book list. The first was Pressed for Time by Judy Wajcman.
Pets? Family? Hobbies?
I have a dog - his name is Panda. My favorite hobby is playing frisbee in the park with my boyfriend Will and Panda.
Next time you save $12k (or more) on your personal real estate transaction, how will you spend your dough?
I would either put it into savings or spend it remodeling my new home. I love interior design.