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Cebuano, Tagalog

More about Eunice Rubin

I have lived in the Coachella Valley since 1990 and was an employee of Eisenhower Medical Center for 22 years. As a registered nurse for more than two decades, I helped patients maintain, improve, or recover their optimal quality of health. My nursing career taught me to be knowledgeable of the current medical guidelines to best care for the patients, to have integrity to do no harm, and to most of all have empathy.

During my three decades of residing in the Coachella Valley, I had the opportunity to purchase, sell, or rent numerous homes of my own. I was intrigued by the process and decided to pursue a career as a real estate professional. In my new career, I have learned many of the intricacies of a successful residential transaction. I can assure my clients that I will apply the qualities of professionalism and compassion that I learned from nursing, along with my experience with the real estate process, to help them acquire their real estate goals. It is my passion to work side by side with my clients in an educational, supportive, and productive relationship.

As a Coldwell Banker associate, I have the business building tools, resources, and support of a company that's been around since 1906 to empower my growth in real estate. It is a trusted name and has global reach with offices in 48 countries. The company promotes a culture of caring and started the Homes for Dogs Project, in partnership with that has led to tens of thousands of adoptions.

I am a devoted mother to three successful and loving children, and a 6 pounder Yorkie. On weekends, I enjoy golf with my husband and dining out to new and old favorite restaurants. My other interests are travel, physical fitness, and spending time with my family and friends. I look forward to accepting the challenge of satisfying my clients in their pursuit of "home sweet home."