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Gaye McLean

2860 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks
Thousand Oaks CA
Lic # 01402076
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Office : 818 802-6074

As a third generation native Californian Gaye McLean moved to Thousand Oaks in 2002 for obvious reasons, clean air and great schools for her two children. Gaye grew up in the greater Los Angeles area and graduated Art Center College of Design in Pasadena with a BFA in Advertising Design. She also met her husband of 26 years at Art Center College of Design who graduated in Photography.

Gaye had a very successful twenty-three year career as a marketing and creative expert in the advertising world and worked on the creative and branding of a very popular icon "Barbie" doll.

With her marketing ability and love for the Thousand Oaks area, being a real estate consultant comes naturally to Gaye. She specializes in helping families find their "Dream Home" in the Conejo Valley! Listing and selling a home is an "art" not just a business or financial deal. It's really about people's lives and their emotions. As a real estate professional, Gaye thinks we must listen to our clients needs and wants first and foremost.

Gaye has two children, a son who just graduated CSUN with BFA in Grphic Design and a daughter who attends Newbury Park HS. They live in Rancho Conejo and the whole family loves walking the dogs and visiting all the friendly families at the community pools!

When not busy with her full-time career as a Realtor, Gaye is active with her family, church and charities. She likes to hike and enjoys the local parks.

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