Tara Earley

Mobile: 505.660.1734

Sotheby's International Realty
318 Grant Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Fax: 505.984.8762

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Tara Earley

Biography for Tara Earley

Tara Earley discovered Santa Fe 36 years ago while en route to explore Mesa Verde with her husband, Stephen. They made it their second home to residences in Chicago, Connecticut, and the San Francisco Bay Area enjoying two residences on Santa Fe's Eastside. The combination of Native American, Spanish, and European cultures blended with the sophistication of the visual and performing arts, natural beauty, and charm of the area enticed the couple to make it their permanent residence eight years ago- leaving their fast-paced advertising and marketing business behind. Living in La Tierra Nueva, Santa Fe's four-season climate aligns well with Tara's passion for horseback riding, swimming, skiing, golf, and pickle ball.

Tara has been a real estate broker with Sotheby's International Realty for nearly eight years. She brings her sales, marketing, people skills, equestrian knowledge, and love of "The City Different" to benefit clients in the sale or purchase of luxury properties.

Tara and Nancy Lehrer found that their friendship and individual strengths complemented one another and established a business partnership in 2016. Team Lehrer & Earley are consistently among Sotheby's International Realty top producers specializing in luxury homes, horse properties, and land. As a dynamic, high-energy, professional duo, the team has a strong work ethic and is committed to the utmost client service and superior performance. "We are only as good as our last transaction and the sincerest form of compliments comes through our on-going client referrals." Tara and Nancy hold their client/broker relationship with high esteem built on honesty, trust, mutual respect, and confidentiality.

Tara belongs to the Club at Las Campanas, sits on the Board of The Horse Shelter, and is a supporter of The Santa Fe Symphony, Las Campanas Compadres, Bienvenidos, the Santa Fe Animal Shelter, and the Adaptive Ski Program.