After one of the largest sales in San DiegoCounty for 2012, a 6.6 million dollar ocean front estate, Amber Anderson looks to ride the wave of momentum all the way to Russia for an international speaking engagement. The 63rd world congres for the international real estate federation, FIABCI, is being held in the historic port city of St. Petersburg on May 12-18th.
As a broker associate at Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty in La Jolla, California; Amber is no stranger to the luxury market. In fact, she still sees tremendous opportunity to buy in the United States noting “most pricing corrections have been realized on the lower end of the market, leaving the greatest potential for a bargain to those looking above $4,000,000” Amber represents buyer and sellers in the most sought after zip codes in both California & Arizona. Amber will present to a global audience comprised of real estate professionals and principles from over 60 countries. She brings with her a diverse portfolio, ranging from a $17,000,000 ocean front commercial development in La JollaCA, to a $12,000,000 desert estate in Scottsdale, Arizona owned by NHL great and ESPN color commentator Jeremy Roenick.
Amber understands the importance of promoting her collection of properties on a global scale. As world economies shift, the need for international exposure is crucial. Of the $107 trillion dollars in home sales for the year of 2011, $41 billion dollars of that was purchased by international buyers. The data compiled by the National Association of Realtors showed the transactions came from over 70 countries. Foreign investors still see U.S. real estate as both a safe and profitable investment, with increased interest coming from both China and Russia.