With more than 30 years in the financial services and mortgage industry, Homa Rassouli brings extensive knowledge and expertise to her work. Homa’s goal is to transform the lives of her clients with the benefits of a Reverse Mortgage. She provides the education clients deserve so they can make wise and informed
Whether clients are looking to stop making monthly mortgage payments, extend
a retirement portfolio or simply age in place, Homa makes recommendations that suit each client's individual needs.
Homa began her career at Wells Fargo Bank, where she received the designation of "Top Producer" for more than 10 of those years. She presently works for Retirement Funding Solutions one of the largest Reverse Mortgage companies in the nation.
Homa holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and Finance from Gannon University in Erie, PA. She spends much of her free time with her family, especially her three grandchildren, Sofia, age 8, Ellie, 4, and Sebastian, 2 years old.
Georgeana Roussos is an attorney with over 20 years experience in assisting people obtain Social Security Disability Insurance and/or S.S.I. disability benefits. She graduated with a Bachelor in Arts from McGill University, Montreal, Que. Canada, did post grad studies at the Aristotelian University, Thessaloniki, Greece and Universite d’Aix-en-Provence, France and eventually obtained her J.D. from U.C. Hastings College of the Law. She works with a diverse clientele and has helped them navigate within the frustrating bureaucracy that is Social Security disability during a challenging and stressful time within their own lives.
Roberta diPrete earned her Real Estate Broker license and Law Degree in 1985 in San Francisco. Her love for both stems from family.
Her grandfather was a builder in Italy who formed his own brokerage on the east coast. Her Godfather was a renowned attorney and Presidential Appointee to the Federal Home Loan and Bank Board in DC. By marrying the two professions, Roberta combines impeccable strategies and sophisticated negotiations for her clients.
She has tackled estates in excess of $7,000,000 and brings the same fierce advocacy to all of her clients.
Her charitable affiliations include The American Association of University Women where she sits on the board, and The Marin General Hospital Breast Cancer Center, where she is on the Patient Advisory Board.
Her home is available for local non-profits and she is available to give advice to any women contemplating selling or buying her residence or investment property.
She is a principal at the Atherton Brokerage in Novato.