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Real Estate Specialist

Kathie Lozano Sitton has worked in real estate for 32 years and is a second-generation Long Beach, CA resident. This industry veteran is super excited to now be working for The Address, and specifically on Andy Dane Carter’s team having known his family her whole life. With deep ties between both families, and a great connection between Kathie and Andy, they are thrilled to be collaborating in the community and industry they are both passionate about.

A Long Beach native, who has lived here all her life and been integral in the community, Kathie knows the lay of the land inside-out. She enthusiastically guides and educates her clients, to find the best suited homes and neighborhoods that fit their needs. For her, being of service is most importantly about trust. “I want my clients to always know that I have their best interest at heart, 100 percent of the time. Integrity is my core value and ingrained in the way I conduct business.”

Kathie came into real estate well-armed with skills and solutions, having spent years as a highly successful strategic-minded, results-driven real estate finance and accounting executive. With a background in commercial real estate, she always maintained strong knowledge of the residential markets, until ultimately gravitating that way at a prior brokerage firm, to again make a difference in the communities she calls home. 

In addition to holding a California Real Estate Salesperson License which she obtained in 1988, Kathie is a Certified Forensic Accountant. She received her MBA from California State University, Long Beach, and Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Santa Clara University. Her expertise in finance, business, analytics, conflict resolution and negotiations have served her well and benefited her clients, as has the personable, honest nature people love.

Kathie lived in Huntington Beach for two decades where she raised her two daughters, and currently owns a home in Belmont Park, Long Beach. She is an active volunteer for two Long Beach charities, Pathways to Independence and CSR Children’s Foundation which hosts the annual Kids’ Day at Marine Stadium.