Angie Tauialo-Jones is a successful real estate broker who understands that buying or selling a home can be a stressful life event for most people. Naturally caring and empathetic, Angie uses her heart as a compass and draws on nearly 10 years of experience to expertly guide clients through the complex and emotionally difficult journey of buying and selling real estate.
I began my career as an assistant to a top-producing real estate broker and I was inspired to earn my license when I realized that I could help people navigate a transition and get to the next important step in life,” says Angie. “I see myself as a helper, and this has become part of my life’s purpose.”
When working with clients, Angie’s main goal is to minimize any unneeded stress. She begins by educating her clients about the local real estate market and each step of the buying or selling process and says that setting clients’ expectations helps maintain a sense of trust and calm. She’s built a mainly referral-based business and is recognized by clients as an empathetic broker with a big heart.
“I’m a single mom raising two kids, and I was able to purchase my first home last year because of my strong work ethic. It was a huge personal accomplishment and going through that process helped me gain and even better understanding of the emotions that buyers and sellers go through.”
“Your home is where life happens, and it provides a sense of security and stability. When you sell a home, it’s often part of a bigger life transition like moving to a retirement home or downsizing after a divorce. That can be as emotionally heavy as carrying all the expectations of finding the ‘just right’ home for a first-time buyer. I have a lot of empathy for anyone going through the process- the ups and downs, and the hurry and wait can be really tough.”
Angie’s passion for helping others extends to her family and local community. As a longtime resident of Washougal, she and her two school-age sons often find ways to get involved in the community and schools. She donates to a local charity every Christmas, and recently, she donated a bicycle to Hathaway’s attendance program. “It’s an honor to serve clients and support the community where I live and work. My success wouldn’t be possible without the support of my village.”