About Sharon

Sharon is actively involved in the North Coast community and the real estate profession:
  • Owner/Broker of Four Star Realty
  • 43 years as a full time real estate professional
  • 1996 President Humboldt County Board of Realtors
  • GRI-Graduate Realtor Institute
  • Past State Director California Association of Realtors
  • Past President and Board Member of the Eureka/Humboldt Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Member Soroptimist International of Humboldt Bay since 1988
  • Private pilot, Ninety Nines Member
  • An experienced, dedicated and knowledgeable broker
  • Awarded REALTOR OF THE YEAR 1997 and 2011
  • Married to Jim Redd for 50 years
  • They have three daughters and nine grandchildren (Five boys and Four girls)

Following find an article from the Times-Standard newspaper, highlighting Sharon and her work in the community (Click image for article):
Women in Business

As a Realtor, Sharon takes pride in helping clients achieve their goals.  Here are just a few of the notes & comments she has received from recent clients:

“Today I bought my 2nd home from Sharon.  Once again, she did an outstanding job, and we are now in our dream home.  Sharon was extremely professional and ensured that needed repairs were completed prior to purchase.  If you are buying or selling a home in Humboldt County, I highly recommend going through Sharon.”

“Thanks for your kindness, time and patience in guiding me to ownership of my new home.”

“You have been there for us through thick and thin and all our whims…thank you for your patience and professionalism in helping us reach a successful conclusion to our home-hunting adventure!”

“Thank you so much for helping us find our dream home! ...We couldn’t have done it without your great service and guidance.”

“I want to thank you for all of your fine work in selling our Eureka homes.  It was appreciated more than you know.”

“Thank you so much for all your help and hard work.  We appreciate everything and are so grateful for all your time…we were lucky to have you to guide us through this big transition.  We could never say it enough, Thank you!”