Senior Real Estate Specialist, E-Pro, Certified Distressed Property Expert, Short Sales & Foreclosures Resource, Certified HAFA Specialist, GREEN, covering Cayucos, Cambria, Morro Bay, Los Osos & SLO.
Get to know Sherry Peckhoon Sim
Sherry's goal is to uphold the highest ethical standards in her profession, thus her motto, 'Service above Self'. She aims to help her clients to the best of her ability, and continues to improve her knowledge in technology and marketing. She also believes in continuing education to keep abreast of changing trends and new regulations. Prior to becoming a REALTOR®, Sherry has over 20 years work experience in marketing and international business.
Residential Resales, Oceanfront Properties, Vacation Homes, Multi-Family Units, 1031 Exchanges, Short Sales, REOs (Bankowned Properties) In Scenic Communities of Cambria, Cayucos, Morro Bay, Los Osos, San Luis Obispo & most of San Luis Obispo County.
Current & Past Affiliations
2016 Region 31 Chair, California Association of REALTORS®
2015 Assistant Region 31 Chair, California Association of REALTORS®
2014 Chair, Central Coast Multiple Listing Service
2013 Vice Chair, Central Coast Multiple Listing Service
2013 Association President - Scenic Coast Association of REALTORS®
2012 President-Elect - Scenic Coast Association of REALTORS®
2010-2011 Multiple Listing Service Chair/Vice President - Scenic Coast Association of REALTORS®
2010-2013 State Director - California Association of REALTORS®
2003-2014 Member - National Association of REALTORS®
2014 Board Director - Cayucos Chamber of Commerce
2006-2014 Member - Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce
2012-2014 President - Estero Bay Community Radio
2008-2014 Charter/Past President/Public Relations Director - Rotary Club of Cayucos-Seaside
2009-2014 Honorary Member - Cayucos Senior Citizens
2010 “REALTOR® of the Year” - Scenic Coast Association of REALTORS®
2014 District Service Award - Rotary District 5240
2015-2016 Rotarian of the Year - Rotary Club of Cayucos-Seaside
2015-2016 Citation in All Avenues of Service - Rotary International
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As a certified Senior Real Estate Specialist, Sherry works primarily with senior homeowners looking to sell their properties, invest or buy to retire on the central coast. Each of her clients' needs is unique and different, so Sherry offers a complimentary one-on-one consultation, to provide them with a dedicated and effective strategy to achieve their real estate goals. As a E-Pro, Sherry adopts a hands-on approach in helping her clients by researching the market, making use of the technology available to promote or communicate their needs, and explaining each step of the process. Contact Sherry for a Free Home Valuation or New Listings Notification, or simply click on "MLS Search" for properties on the Central Coast.
To help homeowners, Sherry has earned the nationally recognized designations of 'Certified Distressed Property Expert' (CDPE) from the Chafren Institute, Short Sales & Foreclosures Resource (SFR) and Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) certifications from the National Association of REALTORS. To assist homeowners avoid foreclosures, visit Sherry's dedicated website to short sales - "Central Coast Short Sales Resource".
Sherry's main areas of coverage include Cayucos, Cambria, Morro Bay, Los Osos/Baywood Park, San Simeon, also known as "North Coast" to the locals, or the Northern Coastal towns in San Luis Obispo County. Sherry also lists and sells in the city of San Luis Obispo where some of her clients reside. San Luis Obispo is considered the metropolitan center in the county where the popular California State Polytechnic is located. In addition, Sherry serves Arroyo Grande: a sprawling city with a family feel to the area; and Atascadero, CA: another city that's growing.
Sherry is a resident of Cayucos, a small sleepy town boasting about 3,000 people. She likes to call her hometown a place that time forgot. Inspite of that, the face of Cayucos is not immune to change. Ocean Avenue is the main street where recent changes are taking place: more mixed-use buildings have been built, and older and smaller beach cottages have been replaced with newer and larger custom-built homes.