Investment Services Group
Scope of Service Experience
Ana Soulriver serves as an Associate with NAI Capital in the Pasadena office. She specializes in investment sales.
Ana utilizes her analytical skills and market knowledge to create meaningful value that goes beyond the deal points to achieve her client's investment goals. Working with buyers and sellers, Ana is adept at effectively communicating the story of an investment for her clients.
Background & Experience
Ana has a wide range of experience fueled by her passion for architecture and entrepreneurship. Before joining NAI Capital, she managed operations for Berkshire Hathaway, a top one percent real estate group where she worked with a variety of clients. As an associate, Ana handled budgets, marketing strategies, underwriting, and client relations.
As former small business owner and operator herself, Ana understands the importance of real estate to a business owner. Ana has extensive experience in entrepreneurship, retail management, event planning, and staging interiors.
In her spare time, Ana works as a docent for Pasadena Heritage where she shares her deep appreciation for architecture and development. She holds an affinity for New Urbanism – an approach where human principals are shaped with design to support the values and needs of a community.
Ana credits growing up in Colombia as having a strongly positive influence on her. She is fluent in Spanish, values expression, and exposure to her native culture. Intrigued with people, cultures, and other nationalities, Ana displays a wisdom beyond her years.
Ana studied Business Administration with Entrepreneurship at the University of Texas, San Antonio, and successfully finished the Allied School of Real Estate. She is licensed in the State of California.
Professional Associations & Designations
Ana combines her affection of architecture and real estate as a docent at the historic Hollyhock House, located in Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles. She enjoys educating the public on the significance of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture and the benefits of public art and development.