What sets Cordula apart
Highly successful, full time professional in the East Bay since 2006.
People love Cordula on YELP!
She has been Diablo Magazine’s “5-Star Realtor” for Berkeley and the East Bay - recognized annually since 2012.
Years of experience allow Cordula to foresee challenges and work quickly and methodically to solve problems.
Cordula is proud to be affiliated with Marvin Gardens Real Estate, a boutique, owner-operated real estate company founded in Berkeley in 1977.
When working with Cordula, SHE will be the one to pick up the phone, always handling everything herself, from start to finish.
Cordula’s on-site home improvement team, and in-office transaction coordinator and marketing specialists, are her support behind the scenes.
For every real estate transaction I close, I make donations to organizations and programs I believe in.
OBAR Community Foundation which supports Youth Art & Education,
Workforce Housing & Homeless, and Senior Services & Community Activities.
YES Nature to Neighborhoods, which funds summer camps and leadership programs for kids and their families from Richmond.
Berkeley High School Development Group, member since 2013
German School of the East Bay
Wildlife Conservation Society - protecting endangered species
Pacuare Reserve, Costa Rica - turtle conservation and protection
What If? Foundation - helping to build schools in Haiti
And of course the animal rescue organizations where our family adopted our puppies Lucky and Felix
Five fun things to know about Cordula
Cordula has lived in: Germany (Muenster, Bremen, Duesseldorf); Nice, France; Milano, Italy; Montclair in Oakland; Berkeley. I’m a dual citizen of Germany/EU and USA.
Cordula loves rescue dogs: We’ve adopted two: one from Taiwan and one from Fresno.
Traveling the world is her greatest passion: She has been to most European countries and has traveled to India, Australia, and of course across the USA.
She has lots of other passions too: Family, salsa dancing, photography, Tai Chi.
Her Bucket list: Take painting lessons, stay in a tree house, go back to India, explore South America and Asia, learn Spanish, do Tai Chi in Washington Square in San Francisco.