Angela Caspers brings her positive energy, passion for architecture and entrepreneurial spirit to The Agency Arizona. With a focus on luxury residential sales, relocations and referrals, Angela was driven to a career in real estate by her love of people, matching them with the perfect home and guiding them through the negotiating process. She strives to make the transition to a new home as smooth and stress-free as possible.
Understanding that no two homes are alike, Angela thrives on getting to know her clients’ personal style and putting her talents for staging homes, networking and keeping up on industry trends to work on their behalf. She began her career working at a Title & Escrow company, later transitioning to a 20-year career as a hairstylist and salon owner. After selling her salon, she began exploring a career in real estate, working with commercial and residential agents at a luxury real estate firm in Brentwood, Los Angeles, where she got to experience the luxury world of Hollywood Hills, Bel Air, Malibu and Beverly Hills. She also had a photography business, which further honed her eye for detail when it comes to staging a home and capturing the beauty of a listing. She has a knack for listening to her clients and using her creativity to translate their needs and wants into reality.
Angela grew up in the small town of Arlington, Washington, later moving to the beautiful countryside of Camano Island with her husband, before relocating to Los Angeles and landing in the sun-shine state of Arizona. She also spent some time abroad, living in New Zealand, an experience that helped craft her perspective on life, travel, different cultures and ways of living. Angela grew up visiting her grandmother in Arizona, which always felt like home. She attended Arizona Real Estate School & Business in Scottsdale and continues to advance her real estate education. When not touring homes with her clients, she loves spending quality time with her husband, their puppies, friends and family, enjoying pool or ocean time, playing tennis, hiking, singing, painting, reading and exploring the region’s culinary scene.