Cody Sims is always willing to go the extra mile for her clients, both figuratively and literally. With a real estate career that began on the East Coast, Cody eventually moved back to her native Bay Area, where she is thrilled to continue her passion of assisting first-time buyers, developers, and investors.
Although Cody had developed an interest in real estate at a relatively young age by watching her mother succeed as a California agent, her first professional venture was in media. At CNN, she developed a skill set that would serve her well in her current profession: expert marketing, thinking under pressure, and thriving in a fast-paced, technology-driven environment. When Cody decided to launch her real estate career, she didn’t miss a beat by joining a New York City firm that embraced the kind of cutting-edge, client-based technology that seemed tailor-made for her.
In addition to her media-savvy background, Cody also credits her athletic skills for her ability to help her clients deal with the ever-changing real estate market. She played Division I basketball when she was a Communications major at Fordham University, and the sport taught her about grit, teamwork, and how to hone one’s craft. She also regards honesty, communication, and integrity as the hallmarks for how she approaches both her professional and personal life.
When it comes to other interests, Cody enjoys self-education, hiking, and globe-trotting, which has included trips to Israel, Argentina, and Italy. Back home, she mentors underprivileged girls and volunteers at public schools. She would also love to teach kids more practical skills to help them succeed in life — something Cody seems to have a very good grasp of.