Tina Maraj began her real estate career shortly after graduating from Troy High School in 1988. While she was attending college in Fullerton she studied advertising with an emphasis in public relations. During this time Tina was also very active with local association of Realtors serving on many committees. After college Tina dedicated herself to building a thriving real estate career and brings a vast knowledge of internet marketing and tech savvy!
She began working in the Century 21 system and was trained by a top real estate broker in the area. After completing 6 years learning the basics of the business Tina took her business to the next level and joined Ron Holborn at RE/MAX of North Orange County, the #1 RE/MAX office in the area. Over her 21 year Career Tina has achieved many top sales awards including being a part of RE/MAX 100 Percent Club for several years and in March 2010 Tina was inducted in The RE/MAX Hall of Fame for a decade of consistent real estate sales production.
Tina Maraj is a "small business" member of The Fullerton Chamber of Commerce. She also volunteers as an ambassador for the Fullerton Chamber welcoming new business members into the city. Tina supports the local arts and culture of Fullerton by membership in the Fullerton Museum and Fullerton Arboretum. She also supports Cal State Fullerton and Troy and Fullerton High School athletic teams. Most recently Tina has been asked to be on the advisory board for Fullerton College, which helps raise funds for local student scholarships.
More about Tina and the services she provides her Fullerton clients can be found at her Fullerton, California Real Estate website.
A large city in northern Orange County, Fullerton, California, is home to a population of more than 125,000 residents. The city lies about 25 miles east of Los Angeles and just north of Anaheim, home of Disneyland. The city is recognized regionally for industries such as agriculture, petroleum extraction, transportation and manufacturing. Valencia oranges and other citrus are grown and harvested here, and the first Hawaiian Punch recipe was developed here in a converted garage.
The city's schools are maintained by the Fullerton Joint Union High School District, which includes five public high schools in the city limits, three middle schools and 17 elementary schools. There are also several private schools, including four Catholic schools. Colleges abound in the city, most notably with the California State University, Fullerton, campus. Other schools here include the two-year community college, Fullerton College; Western State University College of Law; Hope International University; and the Southern California College of Optometry.
The city operates more than 50 parks, including such areas as Hillcrest Park, the Craig Regional Park and Ralph B. Clark Regional Park. Other attractions include an equestrian center, hiking/walking trails, two golf courses and a tennis center. Those interested in the city's arts can explore the Muckenthaler Cultural Center, which houses art galleries and a theater group, or the Fullerton Museum Center, located in an old Carnegie library. The Fullerton Civic Light Opera is one of the biggest theater companies in the region, based out of Plummer Auditorium. Other performance companies include Maverick Theater, Stages Theater and the Hunger Artists Theatre Company. St. Jude Hospital provides an array of medical services to residents of the region.
For transportation options, both Metrolink and Amtrak trains make stops in the city's station, offering connections into Los Angeles in as little as 30 minutes. The Orange County Transportation Authority also operates a number of bus routes both within the city and throughout the rest of the county.