Tahoe Truckee’s Boice O’Neal Realty expands staff
Ryan Summerlin April 18, 2013
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — Boice O’Neal Realty announced the expansion of their team with the addition of Heather Sill-Fraser and Dale Nall.
“Heather and Dale bring extraordinary talents to our experienced team,” said Bill Whitehead, owner of Boice O’Neal Realty. “Being independently owned and operated makes our company attractive to agents like Heather and Dale. A locally owned brokerage has great appeal to agents – and clients – who prefer a more personal approach and creative environment than that of a corporate conglomerate.”
As a multi-generational native of Truckee, Sill-Fraser graduated from Truckee High School, moved to San Francisco and studied behavioral neurology. During her time in San Francisco she honed her business and people skills as an accountant in the Financial District and as a bartender on Haight Street. At 24, she decided it was time to move home. She made her first real estate investment by purchasing a home in Serene Lakes, and since that time has been involved in multiple transactions landing her in Prosser Heights, the same Truckee neighborhood in which she grew up.
Sill-Fraser founded, and for nine years operated, Silly Beans Learning Center, a home-based day care center with an emphasis on outdoor playtime, including hands-on gardening activities and a giant sandbox. Many of the children who attended Silly Beans were the children of Sill Fraser’s childhood friends. Her enthusiasm, creativity and passion for people and Truckee living, combined with accounting and finance expertise, led to a career in residential real estate. Being involved as both a buyer and seller, she offers clients an in-depth understanding of home ownership. Her vast web of contacts in the trades and within the community will benefit clients throughout the buying and selling processes.
“There is no place like home. I truly look forward to helping people buy and sell homes and am especially excited to work from Flying A, Boice O’Neal Realty’s fantastic new office location in historic downtown Truckee,” said Sill-Fraser. She can be reached at 530-448-6205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dale Nall began working in real estate in 1989 with Vanguard Properties in San Francisco. Specializing in residential and multi-unit investment properties, he also has extensive experience in portfolio analysis and restructuring. In addition to owning, renovating and managing his own income properties in San Francisco and designing and developing vacation rentals in Sayulita, Mexico, Nall is co-founder of a start-up that provides management tools for owners of vacation properties. He lives in Truckee and is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Tahoe Sierra Board of Realtors.
Clients have trusted Nall to provide an unparalleled level of service.
As a result, 95 percent of his business is generated from repeat clientele and referrals. He is based in Boice O’Neal Realty’s Tahoe Donner office located at 11382 Northwoods Boulevard and can be reached at 530-830-2176 or email@example.com.
“Heather and Dale really enjoy what they do and it shows. Our independent model has proven effective in Truckee and Tahoe since the 1970s when Boice and O’Neal began their businesses. It is a pleasure to operate without the restraints of a national franchise,” said Whitehead.
For more information visit boice.com.
About Boice O’Neal Realty
Boice O’Neal Realty has offices in Tahoe City, Tahoe Donner and historic downtown Truckee. With 63 active agents, Boice O’Neal Realty is the largest independently and locally owned group in the Tahoe Sierra MLS. Visit boice.com or call the Tahoe City office at 800-222-5202, Tahoe Donner at 800-545-7955 or the new historic downtown Truckee location at 530-582-6112.
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