The culture of Monument Sotheby’s International Realty is defined by its PEOPLE; A collaboration of exceptional global real estate advisors who provide personalized service, local expertise and unparalleled worldwide exposure. We are pleased to welcome Simona Uza.
Simona was attracted to Monument Sotheby’s International Realty for its superior standards, exceptional level of client service, global network, and recognizable strength of the brand. Her creative thinking, brand identity development through storytelling and inspiring visualization, comprehensive planning, problem-solving skills, and multidisciplinary approach will enhance her client interactions to achieve successful results. A strong professional network, locally and globally, allows Simona to best position her clients in the areas of the Washington, DC and Baltimore, Maryland metro corridor as well as in other markets.
Simona is invaluable to her international clients when it comes to preparing their homes for the market, looking for their second home, or investment property overseas. She fluently speaks Lithuanian, English, Russian, and knows some Spanish. Simona’s diverse background in design and planning naturally paved the way to a new career chapter in Real Estate. Embracing the latest technologies, she is known for her creative and innovative approach in helping her design and real estate clients imagine and transform their ordinary spaces into one-of-a-kind environments. Just as the custom design process, she takes an individualized approach, knowing that each home has special aspects that will appeal to its ideal buyer.
Simona moved to Baltimore in 2006 for academic training in the arts and design field at The Maryland Institute College of Arts (MICA). She developed a strong passion for interdisciplinary work between her undergraduate design studies and her first professional work in hospitality interiors with major American hotel companies and local architecture projects. Searching for a greater impact and for sustainable practices led Simona to pursue graduate studies in community planning and ecological architecture at The University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Design fueling her passion for green communities and technical innovation.
For the last 11 years, Simona has worked as a museum exhibit designer and project manager on multiple nationwide projects developing educational and interactive experiences for the public. Since 2017 she has also run a design and planning consultation practice called ColorAngle, Benefit LLC, which has done several collaborative projects with local small businesses.
Outside of her professional life, a self-declared foodie, Simona enjoys jewelry making, home décor, traveling, and reading self-development and empowerment books. A fan of jazz, Simona is currently learning to play jazz tunes on the ukulele.