Before selling residential real estate with Launch, Rachel enjoyed a career as an attorney in New York City, and later as a real estate investor in Arizona. Her legal and real estate investment experience has proven to be an ideal basis for her real estate career, giving her exceptional negotiation and customer service skills. The cornerstone to Rachel’s professional success is summed up in her own words: “My emphasis on integrity, thorough research, personal service and follow-through has always helped me in my career.”
As a resident of Paradise Valley for 25 years, Rachel knows the Paradise Valley, Scottsdale and Phoenix areas well. She has served as Treasurer and Executive Board Member of the Phoenix Chapter of National Charity League, of which she has been an active member for six years, serving important philanthropies in the Valley including Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Foundation for the Blind, Crisis Nursery, and Desert Mission and St. Mary’s Food Banks. Rachel has also served the boards of All Saints’ Episcopal Day School, Brophy College Preparatory School and Phoenix Country Day School in many capacities. With deep ties to the community coupled with her prior legal and investment experience and a remarkable work ethic, Rachel’s skill sets are perfectly suited for residential real estate. Indeed, Rachel was awarded The Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business “Rookie of the Year” award, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s President’s Club award, and is a Phoenix Magazine Top Producer.
Rachel graduated from Wellesley College, where she also studied at the University of Aix-Marseille in France for a year. She then earned her law degree from George Washington University. She and her husband, Rick Herold, an attorney with Spencer Fane, have two children who attended All Saints’ Episcopal Day School as well as Brophy College Preparatory and Phoenix Country Day School.
You can rely on Rachel’s proven experience and unwavering diligence and attention to detail as she helps you buy or sell your home. Her professional philosophy is “No one will work harder than I will to help you achieve your goals.”