Mykah Larkins began selling homes in the El Cerrito / Albany / Berkeley area in partnership with her aunt, Mary Gray. With a wonderful mentor like Mary it’s no wonder Mykah quickly became a top producing agent for Berkeley Hills Realty. Prior to becoming a realtor, Mykah worked for many years in real estate-related activities. She was the administrative assistant for a large and well-known brokerage firm in the East Bay and later the marketing manager and loan processor for a highly regarded mortgage broker.
After college, Mykah worked in a busy video production house in San Francisco’s “media gulch,” handling day-to-day production coordination as well as the many facets of larger projects. This experience is reflected in Mykah’s ability to efficiently handle the multiple steps of a real estate transaction, work within tight time frames, skillfully negotiate on behalf of her clients, and guide her clients through the process in a smooth and seamless manner.
A deeply committed professional and friend, Mykah’s life revolves around her family, friends, and work. She truly enjoys helping her clients navigate the challenging experience of buying or selling a home. Mykah considers her work a privilege and says, “There are few events which create more potential stress in life. I like helping in this way.”
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Mykah has the ability to efficiently handle the multiple steps of a real estate transaction, work within tight time frames, skillfully negotiate on behalf of her clients, and guide her clients through the process in a smooth and seamless manner.
Based on information from this brokerage/Association of REALTORS® (alternatively, from the East Bay Regional Data MLS) as of 2021 (date the AOR/MLS data was obtained). All data, including all measurements and calculations of area, is obtained from various sources and has not been, and will not be, verified by broker or MLS. All information should be independently reviewed and verified for accuracy. Properties may or may not be listed by the office/agent presenting the information.