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N AT U R A L With a sixth sense for navigating a competitive, ever-changing market in Marin, top-producing agent, wife, mother and philanthropist Chelsea E. Ialeggio uses her analytical mind to make her clients’ needs come to fruition.


o one has a

Agent by sales volume and transactions

eventually led her to a sales position in

crystal ball or

in 2017 at the brokerage. Raised in Marin,

International U.S. Equity Sales covering

can guarantee

wife, mother and philanthropist, she has

Italy and Switzerland. At the age of 28,

where the market

a reputation for her integrity, unyielding

she was transferred to London where

w i l l t a k e u s ,”

service and an analytical approach to

she quickly ascended to Managing

says Chelsea E.

real estate.

Director and Head of U.S. Equity Sales

Ialeggio. As a top-producing Marin County agent since 2003, Ialeggio may not be able to predict the market, but she unquestionably navigates it well for her clients, having closed $320 million and 190 transactions since joining Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty in 2012. She also ranked Top-Producing

In her early 20s, Ialeggio worked in Equity Research at Montgomery Securities taking many technology companies public, working in conjunction with i n ve s t m e n t b a n k i n g , c o m p a n y management, institutional clients and the institutional sales team. This path

Chelsea is wearing SANDRO Lauryn Blazer, wool-blend, double-breasted silhouette, $520 Rosane Blouse, bottom top with victorian collar, $275


Serial Jean, visible front zip with stitching, $250

for Bank of America Securities. After a decade of working in the investment banking industry, she made the move to residential real estate sales, knowing what she was getting into—her mother Karen Z. Hardesty has also been a topproducing agent in the county for over 35 years.

Profile for GATEWAY Magazine

Gateway Magazine Winter 2018 Issue  

Gateway Magazine Winter 2018 Issue