Christine Stahl is a 30-year veteran of the real estate industry and partner at Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties, a Diamond Certified company. She can be reached at (650) 525-4162 or by email.

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Christine Stahl: In Her Father’s Footsteps

  • Christine Stahl is partner at Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties.

Christine Stahl: In Her Father’s Footsteps
“For most people, purchasing or selling a home is one of the biggest decisions they’ll ever make, so I like being there to walk them through that process."

PACIFICA – When asked how she became involved in the real estate industry, Christine Stahl credits the early influence of her father. “My father was a real estate broker and had his own office in Pacifica,” she explains. “When I was deciding what I wanted to do with my life, my father’s business partner suggested I go to work for him and have him teach me the business. I took her advice, got my real estate license and joined my father’s team.”

Five years later, Christine’s father unexpectedly passed away, which left her not only in a place of personal grief, but also at a professional crossroads. “After my father passed away, I had the choice to take over his company or continue working solo as an agent,” she says. “I decided on the latter, as I really enjoyed working hands-on with buyers and sellers.” Not long after, Christine was offered a proposition from industry colleague Pete Lommori. “Pete and I knew each other from working together on past transactions, and after my father passed, he suggested we join forces and form a team. The more we talked about it, the more it seemed like a good idea, so we made it official in 1995 and have been working together ever since.”

Today, as partner at Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties, Christine says her favorite part of her job is helping clients prepare for major decisions. “For most people, purchasing or selling a home is one of the biggest decisions they’ll ever make, so I like being there to walk them through that process. By sitting down with them, determining their needs and putting together a plan to meet their goals, I’m able to give my clients greater confidence in making their big decisions.”

A longtime resident of Pacifica, Christine expresses her adoration for the Bay Area. “I was born and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida, so I’ve always loved the coast and the ocean. When I came to the Pacific coast, it immediately felt like home. The surf, the sunset, the mountains, the clean air…we’re simply surrounded by beauty, so I feel very fortunate to live here.”

Outside of work, Christine spends much of her time enjoying the local landscape and searching for hidden gems. “I like to explore different areas of Northern California, including the coast and Wine Country,” she says. “There’s so much to see and do around the Bay Area, and I’m always coming across new things.” Additionally, Christine enjoys spending time with friends and family; going on walks with her dog and company mascot, Rockaway Ricky; and volunteering her time to benefit her community. “I’m on the board of a local nonprofit called Pacificans Care, which raises funds for the four core social service agencies here in Pacifica.”

When asked the first thing she’d do if she were to retire tomorrow, Christine says she would expand her exploratory horizons beyond the California border. “I would definitely travel more. In particular, I’d like to visit some of the national parks around the country. I love nature and have been to a few parks, but there are a lot more I still want to see, so maybe I’d rent an RV and go on a national park tour.”

Ask me anything!
Q: What was your first pet?

A: A cat named Girl.

Q: Reality TV or documentaries?

A: Documentaries. I like history and enjoy learning the facts behind major events.

Q: What’s your favorite winery?

A: Chateau St. Jean in Kenwood.

Q: What kind of music do you like?

A: Classic rock and Motown.

Q: Do you collect anything?

A: Succulents—they’re fun to collect because you can simply take a branch from someone else’s garden and transplant it into yours.

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