Maura Tierney is a real estate expert in the Sacramento region, specializing in the El Dorado Hills residential market. In just a few short years, Maura has established herself as an elite agent in the region, ranking in the top 1% of all Realtors in El Dorado Hills transactional volume for 2015, 2016, and 2017. With $25 million in 2017 sales volume, Maura also ranked in the top 1% of all Realtors in the Sacramento metro area.
Prior to joining Keller Williams Luxury Homes International in August 2016, Maura was a member of the elite International President’s Circle at Coldwell Banker. The move to KW will provide her with the opportunity to not only build her team through Tierney Real Estate Group, but also to invest in and help grow a new KW Market Center in El Dorado Hills. In that endeavor, Maura and her Realtor husband David are thrilled to partner with Beverly Steiner, owner of two of the most successful KW Market Centers in Northern California – Danville and Walnut Creek.
Maura was raised in the New York City area, moving west to attend the University of Southern California, where she received her BA in communications. Prior to her real estate career, Maura was a corporate advertising executive in both Los Angeles and San Francisco, managing multi-million dollar national campaigns for companies like Apple, Microsoft, and E*Trade. She is skilled at navigating complex scenarios in high-pressure situations, while ensuring her clients’ experiences are smooth and seamless.
Maura currently resides in El Dorado Hills with her husband and two daughters, and is very active in the community. Maura loves living in El Dorado Hills, with its wonderful schools, friendly people, natural beauty, and proximity to so many of Northern California's attractions like Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, Wine Country and the San Francisco Bay Area.
David Tierney is a real estate agent with expertise in the El Dorado Hills and Sacramento foothill residential markets. Prior to partnering with his wife Maura to form Tierney Real Estate Group, David was the founder and managing principal of a successful consulting firm, which specialized in identifying large tax credits for businesses through targeted economic development programs. Prior to retiring from his business in 2015, David secured over $150 million in tax credits for his corporate clients over a 17-year period.
David is a native Northern Californian, hailing from the small Sierra town of Portola. He received his Bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley (Go Bears!) and Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Southern California.