Sorensen joins Willis Allen Real Estate
Last updated 10/11/2007 at Noon
FALLBROOOK — Willis Allen Real Estate’s Fallbrook office has added another talented agent to its roster: Realtor Debbie Sorensen.
Sorensen has a long history with the Fallbrook community and greater San Diego County. She is the former owner of The Shoe Depot (now Main Street Shoes) and her husband is a local contractor who has built many upscale homes in the San Diego area. Sorensen has been in the real estate business for eight and a half years and says she is excited to begin a new chapter at Willis Allen Real Estate.
“The agents at Willis Allen are simply top-shelf and I’m so proud to be associated with such a talented group of professionals,” Sorensen said. “I’m committed, as a Realtor, to surrounding myself with new ideas. I firmly believe in time-tested and traditional values and methods of providing great service for my clients. I also believe it’s very important to use new cutting-edge technology services. Willis Allen provides the perfect environment for that kind of collaboration and creativity.”
Sorensen’s connection to Willis Allen Real Estate runs deep. She once worked at Southwind Construction for owner Chris Collins, grandson of Willis Allen, the real estate firm’s namesake.
“Debbie has a love and knowledge for the real estate industry that really shines through in her client relationships,” says Fallbrook Branch Manager Kristine Creed. “She is skilled at interpersonal communications and goes above and beyond to clearly communicate with her clients each step of the way. Debbie is a trusted advisor every buyer and seller would be fortunate to have on their side.”
Sorensen has five children and two grandchildren and enjoys spending as much time as possible with them. She is also a dedicated volunteer at her church, where she serves as the Young Women’s President, working with 12- to 18-year-old girls.
Debbie Sorenson can be reached at (760) 723-2353.