Sara Reese loves to live on the Emerald Coast and loves to share it with others, something she has been doing since 2017 when she moved from a career in the restaurant industry to real estate. She first visited Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in 2001 and fell in love with the white sand beaches and blue water, returning the following year to get married in Seagrove. They moved to the area in 2004 and have been here ever since.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from Texas A&M University and now sells the beach life from North Santa Rosa Beach and Point Washington to 30A and the west end of Panama City Beach, as a member of Dahler & Co. at Scenic Sotheby's International Realty.
Sara works with many out-of-town clients who want to sell, move to, or invest in a property in our beach communities. She does a lot of communicating over video and FaceTime, including one instance where she admired a tree on camera a smidge too long. She said her clients think of her every time they walk past that tree. She works diligently throughout the real estate process, aiming to become a client's concierge from start to finish and beyond. In 2021, she contribute to team sales of $102 million, earning national recognition as Chairman's Diamond, the top half of 1% of agents in the company.
In her free time, she enjoys practicing yoga, spending time with friends and family and reading. She and her husband, Tim, are parents to Sonny and Mia and their four-legged child, Pancake. In 2017, she decided she would eat 2,017 tacos, dubbing it #taco2K17, and proudly continues her taco association to this day. Sara serves as a director with Sandpipers Boosters at Dune Lakes Elementary School, contributes to South Walton Academy and gives back to the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County, Food For Thought Outreach and Rosemary Beach Foundation.