Property Consultant & Designer
Cody Derrick is the founder of cityhomeCOLLECTIVE, but he is far from your average realtor. Rather, he’s a rustic culturalist with a hint of urban sportsman; the neighbor you always wanted, the realtor you ache to love. Cody offers every client his talent to help you uncover the place you call ______________ (insert: home, work, heaven, etc.). With a unique pairing model, which gives rise to the client mantra “love where you live“, and a holistic approach to client needs, Cody is pioneering a cultural and social movement for realtors spanning the globe.
Leigh Anne Bernal is far more than staggering meatballs. That is to say, her meatballs will astound you, but her breadth of experience in the collective is equally manifest. From coast to coast, she’s purchased, rehabilitated, renovated, and sold more homes than any 5 people you know. Her know-how blends swimmingly with 20 years of financial experience for transition to the world of real estate; she happens to be a highly-skilled short-sale negotiator. Buyers, sellers and meatball lovers, delight.
Mark Seely glories in aesthetic in all her forms; art, architecture, nature, and the like are equally venerated. He’s made a life’s work of delighting and participating in the facets of his inspiration via various routes of fashion, construction, and design. As theCOLLECTIVE’s tallest drink of whiskey, this gentleman and artist will continue to explore another of his fascinations – the inhabitants of SLC – by way of his real-estate prowess. Mark’s equal to the mantra [‘love where you live’]…years of experience and a confident, tattooed hand will make sure you are, too.
Virginia Ulibarri is an integrator of people, places and things. Stated simply, she delights in connection. Experience in legal and management provide the platform for function, but solid backgrounds in architecture, drafting and design will lend fresh perspective and a creative click in her efforts at theCOLLECTIVE. Virginia’s inspired by any built environment that fuses balance, form and beauty. As an agent and designer, she’ll satisfy a personal desire to connect the folks with a space they love, be it purchased or rented. Passion infused with lattés yields a potent combination.
Brian Tripoli is trust and integrity exemplified. With over a decade of real estate savoir-faire under his belt [new construction, investment properties, and short sales among them], he’s got somewhat of a vantage at our COLLECTIVE. A keen believer in the importance of listening, his knack for connecting with folks from all walks of life is uncanny, to be sure. Whether you’re seeking your first home or a jaw-dropping spread on the hill, Brian’s client-focused approach and old-fashioned real-estate moxy lend will themselves quite nicely to a thorough and efficient home buying/selling process, start to finish.
Corigan Kushma has landed in our circle with a background laden in travel and varied efforts. A former wild-land firefighter/construction worker/model/actress/archeologist, among other things, she attained a real estate license as a direct result of interest in real estate law. As an oil-painting artist who wields a surfboard as adeptly as she does a paintbrush, we think she fits quite nicely into our blended COLLECTIVE. Her vast catalog of skills can be neatly reduced to a savvy ability to identify with any and all clients. Translation: smooth, seasoned sailing to loving where you live.
Amy Tibbals is very personally connected to the COLLECTIVE. Her contribution runs left of the mainline; our singular weakness happens to find balance in her strength. An English degree lends a scrap of credibility, but her talent lies in marking up a paper until it bleeds with red. Such tendencies have led her to a position as our comprehensive copy editor. In spare times, she lobbies heavily against the use of such words as ‘irregardless’ and ‘ginormous’. For a day’s pay, she’ll rework and doll-up every word we send into the world. In effect, she does for our words what we do for your space.
Jenny Compton runs officially as cityhomeCOLLECTIVE’s listing coordinator. Satisfaction isn’t something that everyone experiences on the job. She attains this rarely-found sensation by identifying a home’s unique property features that differentiate it from every other home on the market; she’s the indispensable force behind the information and authentication of every listing transaction. Fortuitously, Cody’s pairing method has proven successful in finding those most suited to helping him help you.
Lauren Bald is certifiably born of the mean streets of Newport Beach, California. She migrated to the land of salt for the quintessential change in scenery and a culled selection of snowboarding gents. One fine day, she peeled herself from the dean’s list in interior design to grace us with a brief internship, but moxie like this is hard to come by, so we baptized her as one of our own. Lauren’s daily efforts in our COLLECTIVE sphere are as varied as her tats, but her discipline and drive are unflappable. This saucy missus finds design inspiration in L.A. street-life culture, gaudy Las Vegas, and mid-century modern Palm Springs — a mixed bag of style that will lend itself quite nicely to your future design endeavors, wouldn’t you say?
Andrea Beecher makes mountains of mole hills, the translation here being more literal than metaphorical. She’s drawn irresistibly to design, with a focus on the viscera. All roads, educational and recreational, have directed Andrea to a life of the motif. Interior design degree, corporate floorsets, movie-set design; cityhomeCOLLECTIVE is the next logical step in the forward-thinking climb in design for Andrea. Auspicious clients, you.