Victorville, CA 92392
Alicia Garcia, born in Jalisco, Mexico, and raised in the Los Angeles area since four years of age, grew up in a multi-ethnic and cultural environment. As a young girl, she rode her bike across city lines as she loved exploring and making friendships with a diverse population. She had a few years training in Kung Fu under Grand Master Art Wong Yuey and took part in Kung Fu demonstrations in Chinatown during Chinese New Year celebrations, as well as participating in Mexican festivities at Olvera Street. Her upbringing has helped her develop an understanding and love for diversity and what’s important to certain cultures; She now uses that understanding to help many of her clients from different cultures, in today’s real estate market.
Alicia Garcia has over 19 years working with businesses in economic development and other areas. She has an established reputation for putting the best interest of her clients first and will work with them tenaciously to help them reach their business goals.
Alicia’s customers have included Costco, Lowes, Northrop Grumman, Tropicana, Miller-Coors, MagParts, City of Hope, Amtrak, Able Card, Total Logistic Control, and various other manufacturing and industrial Warehouse companies both large and small. Most of the companies have been repeat customers over the years due to Alicia’s resourcefulness and great results.
Specialties include representing buyers and offering a wealth of knowledge in corner and property identification for raw land, as well as warehouse and industrial buildings.
Alicia lives in Apple Valley and has four grown sons. She loves to read, lift weights, and thrives on meeting and exceeding customer expectations.