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Shali Bashirian


BRE#: 02078272

(310) 384-6838

Shali was born and raised in Los Angeles (Westside represent!) and is a proud first generation Iranian American. Between her heritage – which prides itself on hospitality and community – and experiences growing up in the restaurant world that her family built over many decades, Shali’s passion for service to others (and food!) sprung up from a very early age.

Upon graduating from the U of O (go ducks!), Shali spent a few years working in the legal field. During this time, she managed a robust portfolio of complex civil cases representing clients in employment law, including workplace harassment and discrimination. Even though she decided not to pursue law further, connecting with her clients and learning their stories further reiterated her purpose for helping others through difficult challenges.

Shali began her Real Estate career in 2018 under broker mentorship, managing single & multi-family transactions and real estate. Since then, she has helped numerous friends, family members and clients pursue their real estate goals. Her favorite part of working in real estate is building trust and connection with her clients: “It’s a very special and sacred feeling of getting to know your client(s) on a deeper level – their thoughts, fears, plans for the future, what’s meaningful to them, how they approach roadblocks, family dynamics, etc. I’ve seen every range of emotion and what this process can unearth for people. It’s not always about problem solving or negotiating – a lot of times it’s just about being an ear for that person.”  Shali continues to create meaningful experiences for her clients as they navigate one of the biggest milestones in their lives.

During her free time, Shali enjoys honing her culinary skills, baking sourdough, spending time with family, tending to her plants, and seeing as much live music as she can!

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