Tni LeBlanc has a family history on the Central Coast spanning over 30 years. Born in Santa Barbara California and long-term resident of Santa Maria Valley since 1986, Tni attended local schools.  Her college education began at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria.  She pursued her Bachelor of Arts degree at Atlanta Georgia’s Clark Atlanta University in 1992 and graduated summa cum laude in 1995.  Tni then obtained a law degree from Georgetown Law and her Master of Arts in philosophy from Georgetown University. While practicing law in Washington DC, she maintained a long-term goal of returning to the Central Coast. Passing the California bar on the 1st sitting she made her way back to California and Santa Barbara’s then largest law firm, Hatch & Parent. Not long after, Tni began her transition from practicing attorney to real estate broker. Mint Properties was born in 2004 and since 2006 is located at the Mission Creek Plaza building at the intersection of Sunrise and Santa Maria Way.

Tni’s chief purpose is to offer the highest quality representation and professional service to all her clients. Fiercely independent, she has avoided a volume driven business and opted for individualized service and expert knowledge of every type of real estate transaction from 1031 exchanges to short sales.  Tni maintains close ties to both the legal community as a former board member for the Legal Aid Society of Santa Barbara County (2006 – 2010). The Legal Aid Society opens the door to access to the legal system to victims of elder abuse, domestic violence and housing discrimination. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Santa Maria Association of Realtors® since 2012.  Tni LeBlanc supports local business community and Mint Properties is a member of the Santa Maria, Nipomo and Lompoc Valley Chambers of Commerce. Tni loves to travel, read, and she totes around her Malti-Poms, Sugar, Isaac & their baby, Blue.

 

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  1. Lucinda Castellanos says:

    I am currently providing 24 hour health care to my mother that is dying on Hospice. I am a R.N. and currently unemployed due to this my hardship. My partner is also a R.N. and working Santa Barbara County Mental Health. I am currently the only one on the house loan. I was wondering if a short sale would be of any use to us by selling it to my partner. Our current monthly mortgage is over 3000. dollars. I woud appreciate any feedback. Thank you and I really hope there is something out there for us to keep our family home. Thank you Lucinda Castellanos

    • Santa Maria Short Sale Agent says:

      Hi Lucinda, Thank you for visting my site. Many (but not all) banks will require that you sign an “arm’s length” statement certifying that the sale is between parties not related by blood, marriage or business relationship. Often, they also require a certification that you as the short sale seller will not continue to live in the property after the sale. Given the state of the current housing market, I think these policies are extremely disruptive. But, these are the typical policies you will come up against that will probably prevent you from being able to short sell the house to your partner. If you do choose to go forward with the plan — I would make sure the relationship is fully disclosed (in writing) to the lender. Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions (805) 878-9879. Tni

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