People choose their profession for many different reasons. What drew Serena Whyte to become a real estate professional was her love of shopping for properties and seeing the houses — even before she earned her Realtor® license.
That was in 2007. She had been an executive at Macy’s for 18 years. She became a Realtor® just in time for the Great Recession. But with the expertise of a seasoned executive, she learned real estate at a rapid rate to help a wide range of clients through various transactions: buyers, sellers, banks, REO, short sales, residential, and even vacant land. Within the following year, she was serving with the High Desert Association of Realtors® and Women’s Council of Realtors®, and, in 2008, she became president of the Victor Valley Women’s Council of Realtors®.
Serena is driven to help clients get where they want to go — especially if it’s the High Desert. That’s where she’s lived since 2002, building relationships with clients who consider her a friend. She finds great satisfaction in helping them make their best decisions.
On her own time, Serena attends church and Bible studies and volunteers with Set Free Ministries. She also loves trips to the beach, baseball games with her kids, off-roading, crafting with the girls, and hanging out with her grandkids whenever possible.