Born and raised in Newport Beach, CA in a family highly connected with local real estate, Stephanie (Strader) Lowe has been recognized by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top-selling residential agents in the nation. Stephanie always puts her clients first, staying with them every step of the way through the deal and even well beyond, and she prides herself not only on top-notch customer service, but creating lasting relationships. As a result, her clients end up gaining not only a trusted advisor, but also a friend.
With more than two decades of experience in both the residential and commercial sectors, Stephanie has been involved in the sales and marketing of nearly $1 billion in real estate. Earning top sales honors throughout her career, Stephanie is known for taking charge of the process and delivering a smooth, stress-free experience. Her team of professionals is committed to the same values she offers all of her clients: focus, dedication, and sterling personal service.
As a life-long Newport Beach resident, Stephanie has a deep investment in and love of her community. She attended Mater Dei High School, earned her MBA at UCI, and over the years honed her negotiating skills with her father, Orange County developer Timothy Strader. She and her extended family have long been active supporters of the Orange County Performing Arts Center, South Coast Repertory, CASA and many of the local schools. Her keen understanding of the local neighborhoods and lifestyle makes her an expert guide to lead buyers to their ideal Newport Beach home.
Stephanie and her husband Elliott (also a Newport beach native) are residents of the Port Streets neighborhood. They enjoy raising their four kids in the same schools they attended themselves, and taking long walks with their two boxer dogs Astro and Boomer.
Whether working with first-time buyers or indulging the connoisseurs of life, representing a parcel of land or an estate, Compass Coastal offers exemplary time, care, attention and expertise to guide every client to find their way home.