About Anzhelika Zaruchevskaya
Tell me about your journey to real estate.
I have worked in sales for a long time and the real estate career always attracted me because it allows to set my own destiny, and it gives the opportunity to make a big impact on someone's life. I got an amazing chance to start working at Sequoia Real Estate and I am very excited to start my journey with this company.
What most excites you about your work?
I love that the challenges at work are always changing, it is the fast-moving and fast paced environment. Since the real estate is constantly innovating, I love learning all new tricks and tips.
Where can we find you when you're not working?
I am an art lover and you might find me visiting the art galleries or museums. Nothing carries me away and clears my mind like art. When I am alone and looking at art in galleries, I come up with solutions to any issues in my life. Art helps me to boast my own personal creativity and when I open myself up to art, I usually allow this entire world of creativity to literally transform me as a human being.
If you could be any animal, what would it be and why?
I think I would want to be an elephant, because this animal is strong, intelligent, loyal to the group, and unstoppable.
WHAT BAY AREA CITY WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE IN AND WHY?
I would like to live in Marin County. It is minutes away from San Francisco and it is very easy to visit the city at any time. However, the main reason is that the wild beauty surrounds Marin; you can discover the rural style, the redwood and oak forests, and breathtaking coastline. It is a perfect place for hiking, open space is everywhere, endless trails and fire roads for quiet walks.
What is your favorite month of the year and why?
My favorite month of the year is March because it is the beginning of Spring. March is a good time of awakening and rebirth, you can almost smell the flowers to bloom.
What is one of your dream vacations?
I would love to go to Israel. Visiting Israel would be like being part of the past that is present in almost all of our lives.