WHO YOU WORK WITH MATTERS


Nick Sadek-Sotheby's International Realty DRE Lic# 01247089
 916.296.3334

Why Choose Me? Kathi Jobson, a Sacramento native, brings over 20 years of real estate experience to Sotheby’s. She holds a Lifetime Top Achiever designation through the El Dorado County Association of Realtors where she began her career. Kathi has represented hundreds of happy home buyers and sellers and has also worked with developers (including Greenstone Country, Montecito, and Kalithea). She is committed to bringing her personal passion and attention for detail to all her clients.

Of special note, Kathi is the Founder of an organization known as Realtors Who Shrine. Realtors Who Shrine is a real estate-based donation entity who has partnered with Shriners Hospital for Children and a growing network of "giving-minded" Realtors. These "Realtor's Who Shrine agents" will be donating 25% of their commissions on qualified transactions back to Shriners Hospital. Realtors Who Shrine is Kathi's legacy project and she aspires to take the project out on a national basis. At Sotheby’s she is able to blend the best of both worlds, offering the highest level of service as well as her passion for giving back.

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Our Achievements

We Celebrate our 1st Official Closing and Donation of $2,125 to Shriners Hospitals for Children - Northern California Home Buyer Sarah Castle not only found a great home to buy, she made a difference in children's lives by choosing a Realtor® Who Shrines. Sarah bought her Orangevale home for $340,000 using RWS agent, Kathi Jobson. Kathi donated 25% of her commission through the Escrow process which directly benefits Shriners. Join the celebration! Choose a REALTOR® Who Shrines when you are in the market to buy or sell a home! Spread the Love by spreading the word. Tell friends and neighbors there is a simple way to give back to the community whenever they buy or sell a home.

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Agent Who Shrine


We are adding highly qualified and successful new agents in territories throughout California. Agents interested should go here to apply.
75000+

Children Treated


Over 30,000 children visit annually in California at UC Davis
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Hospital Beds


pediatric beds, including 20 critical care beds and 10 step-down beds
100,000+

Goal This Year


What we hope to raise and donate to Shriners Hospitals this year.

REALTORS WHO SHRINE

A Realtor® Who Shrines agent is first and foremost, a caring and considerate person. At the same time, they are highly qualified and experienced professionals who excel at their profession. With a Realtor Who Shrines, you get the best of both worlds. A friendly and reliable professional and someone who gives back to their community.
  • Step oneREQUEST A LIST

    REALTORS® Who Shrine will send you a list of one or more highly qualified agents that are expert in your market area.
  • Step TwoINTERVIEW AGENTS

    Interview the agents as you would any other Real Estate Agent. ​You can also choose to ask your current REALTOR® to work with RWS by simply providing us their information and we will set them up in the program.
  • Step ThreeSELECT AN AGENT

    Select an agent that suits your needs and that you have the most faith in and enter into a normal real estate agreement. No need to negotiate any sort of special arrangement.
  • Step FourWE TRACK AND AUDIT

    Once you're on board with an RWS Agent, we monitor, track and audit your progress.
  • Step FiveCLOSE OF ESCROW

    Once your real estate transaction closes, your agent and RWS are contractually bound to direct 25% of the commission proceeds straight to Shriners Hospitals for Children - Northern California.
  • Step SixDONATION OF FUNDS

    The funds are transferred directly from the closing instructions with the Escrow company, so no one touches the money earmarked for Shriners Hospital.

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