Bonnie turns savvy, informed clients into successful homeowners, investors and sellers.
Bonnie loves Petaluma for its historic housing stock, and she loves helping her clients fall in love with historic homes. This historic town is filled with excellent examples of Victorian mansions, Edwardian homes and Craftsmen bungalows. Many well known architects, such as Julia Morgan and the Newsom Brothers designed quality Petaluma homes at the peak of their careers. Reach out to Bonnie today to chat more about investing in Petaluma!
Bonnie Spindler loves Petaluma for its historic housing stock. This 1840’s town is filled with excellent examples of Victorian mansions, Edwardian jewel boxes and Craftsman bungalows, by many well known architects, such as Julia Morgan and the Newsom Brothers. Ms. Spindler owned a Heritage Home in the Oak Hill neighborhood, designed by the famous (or infamous) Newsom Brothers. The Newsoms also designed the renowned Carson Mansion in Eureka and many other residences and commercial buildings in California.
Bonnie Spindler has been a real estate agent since 1993. In that time, she has experienced many types of economic cycles. Ms. Spindler says “If you can sell real estate in a bad economy, a good economy makes the job feel easy.”
Rather than selecting a “farm” where the realtor markets to a specific geographic location, such as the west side, Ms. Spindler calls herself “The Heritage Home Specialist,” to help those buyers and sellers who were specifically interested in historic properties. Ms. Spindler, who loves the quality, construction and character of historic properties, advocates for the restoration of this dwindling resource. As she says, “they aren’t making any more of them.”
Since Ms. Spindler joined Corcoran Real Estate, she has been a consistent Top Producer for her company, and has ranked in the top one percent nationwide. She held the record for Corcoran's “All Time Top Residential Sales Agent,” from 2006 until 2014.
Ms. Spindler founded and produced the Historic Home Trade Show in San Francisco, with participants from all over the Bay Area.
Currently, Ms. Spindler has a home on Petaluma’s West Side.