Author: Cassie Maas

Cassie Maas is the past Chair for the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors representing the 1800+ licensed Realtors in the Los Gatos Saratoga District at the state level. She has sat on the Public Policy Forum, lobbied local legislators in Sacramento about important issues and educated them on how their vote would affect home owners and homeownership in our area. Maas is also a past Director for the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.) and has attended C.A.R. business meetings throughout California. Because of her leadership in organized Real Estate, she has made alliances with other leaders and knows where to turn when an issue arises. Maas has the resources of other leaders throughout the state who know her from her work as a C.A.R. Director and local Chair and is able to quickly get answers that allow her to move forward decisively. She is a member of the first graduating class of BARLA. This unique year long class is an alliance of three REALTOR Associations that identify, train and develop existing and emerging leaders to serve and advance organized Real Estate. Many may apply, but only a handful are chosen to participate in this prestigious program. She is a graduate of Leadership Los Gatos, Past President of Soroptimist, a former Girl Scout Leader, a graduate of the Santa Cruz County Pro Series, past Director of the Board for Only Kindness, and past Board Member of the Mountain Art Guild. She is currently a CRS Candidate, and has studied and earned the SRES and CDPE designations. Her background in technology serves her well in this changing industry. Maas is an adept negotiator and understands both the market and the contracts used in this market. She is able to protect her client’s interests by reviewing the market and explaining the different strategies that may be applied beforehand to make sure when the time comes to contractually perform, her clients understand what to do and why and how they are protected.

“The really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great.”

Mark Twain