Rachel is the Sales Manager at Terra Caribbean. She is responsible for overseeing the sales and rentals team and their efforts, and is also an active agent for Terra Luxury. She joined the Terra Caribbean team in December 2009, becoming a dedicated real estate agent for long-term rentals, and has been a key leader in developing Terra Caribbean’s corporate rentals initiative. In 2010, Rachel completed the UBC Real Estate Law and Ethics programme, graduating within the top 10 percentile of her class. Committed to continually expanding her knowledge, she also completed the UBC Valuations programme in 2011. Rachel is a highly-motivated individual with past experience working with local and overseas clients. In 2015, Rachel was awarded Top Producer at Terra Caribbean. Outside of work, travel is one of Rachel’s greatest passions. Rachel is always planning her next international adventure, and checking destinations off her must-see list one at a time.
Rachel is the kind of realtor any property owner would want to engage. Very personable,easy to work with,knowledgable,pro-active and very responsive before,during and after the transaction is completed.She is driven to deliver outstanding performance for her clients. - Peter N. Boos FCA, Founder and Chairman at ASPIRE-helping charities help
Rachel is the consummate professional and has provided outstanding service to many of our clients at Invest Barbados. She has a sound knowledge of the real estate industry and brings a great deal of enthusiasm to her job. In addition, her personable and engaging style make her a pleasure to work with. I'd recommend her highly. - Jannette Babb, Manager Investment Promotion and Facilitation at Invest Barbados.
Rachel is a diligent and enthusiastic real estate practitioner. She is very knowledgeable about the Barbados Market and has been involved in many large scale real estate transactions. Her many years in the real estate sector has given her great depth of experience.I would not hesitate to recommend her to handle any type of real estate transaction. - Christopher Fojo, Senior Advisor at Sperry Van Ness, Florida Commercial Real Estate Advisors
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