601 Sycamore Valley Road West
Danville, CA 94526
Talina Camacho is a passionate agent with Keller Williams Realty, hailing from Danville, California. She has been a member of the Keller Williams family since 2018 when she first earned her real estate license after a career in photography. A former graduate from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA, Talina’s degree in commercial photography is something she now uses to her advantage when working the buying and selling process for homes.
A true people-person at heart, Talina loved the idea of pursuing a career in real estate where she could make a difference in helping people close a chapter of their lives, or start a new one. Talina’s number one goal while serving her clients is to provide an exceptional experience from start to finish. She strives to educate her clients on the process of buying and selling homes, while simultaneously making it fun and enjoyable. She is extremely people-oriented and loves the feeling of comradery - making that a focus with her clients.
Talina is very close with her family, most influenced by them. They always instilled a family-first and “work hard” attitude in her that she continues to build upon to this day. She is also inspired by the kindness and compassion she can find in the world around her and tries to lean into that daily when working with her clients on some of the biggest decisions of their life. It’s a responsibility she doesn’t take lightly and wants her clients to feel like they don’t only have an agent on their side, but a friend.
Working in Northern California feels like the most natural fit for Talina as she knows the area, as a whole, like the back of her hand. Her favorite thing about her community is the vast myriad of landscapes and things to do. In her free time, she loves watching real-estate themed shows on HGTV; always gaining insights and trend knowledge. Talina is interested in both the structural and design elements for homes, which makes it easy for her to help paint a picture to her clients of what a properties’ potential truly can be.