Audrey Judson Real Estate
Strand Hill Properties
1300 Highland Ave. #208,
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After earning a degree in mechanical engineering from USC, Audrey Judson moved to the South Bay to be close to work and enjoy the beautiful Beach Cities. She purchased a home and was intrigued with the process, so she decided to obtain her real estate license—not with the intention of becoming a full-time Realtor but rather to learn more about real estate contracts and laws. When the engineering company she was working for was sold, she decided to pursue a real estate career temporarily—planning to return to a career in alternative energy. In the meantime, she realized that she enjoyed helping people purchase or sell their homes. “I love living in the South Bay and realized that I’m passionate about sharing my excitement for this area,” Audrey shares. “It’s easy to sell something I believe in!” She has now worked in the real estate industry for more than 30 years.
What is the #1 thing you do to ensure your business is successful?
I treat my clients with care and respect. They are never just another sale to me. Many have become close friends. I think my clients understand and appreciate my honesty and my commitment to helping them achieve their goals, which is why my business is primarily made up of repeat business and referrals.
Who has been your role model?
My mother and grandmother taught me what unconditional love and support are. They persevered through unbearable times. They are and always be my role models.
Tell us about a few of your passions.
My family is everything to me. I have an amazing husband. We’ve been married for 35 years, and he makes me laugh every day. I couldn’t be prouder of my son and daughter. My daughter is a Division 1 student-athlete at Columbia University where she is pursuing a career in sustainable development while being a member of their crew team. My son works in finance and was recently married to a wonderful young woman. They just bought a home and had a baby boy—lots of changes in their lives that past year. And my husband and I are officially grandparents! My only regret is that they live so far away. There are going to be a lot of trips back and forth to the East Coast in the coming years.
I also enjoy exercising outdoors—running on the Greenbelt and beach, biking, walking/hiking, and climbing Sand Dune Hill each week. The fact that I live in an area perfect for outdoor sports is one of the reasons I love living here.