Raised in Washington heights and educated in Harlem, Águeda, pronounced AH-ge-dah, is proud to be an Upper Manhattan New Yorker. As a "townie" Águeda's approach to real estate is fresh, specific, real, and is influenced by her own personal experience.Águeda got into real estate as a means to support herself while nurturing and growing a career in the arts and has truly enjoyed it as it feeds her curiosity for people and community. Many people feel real estate is about property, but coming from a theater background, Águeda feels it's about people.
Beyond real estate and nurturing her love of acting and performance, Águeda enjoys feeding her person by reading and learning about alternative life styles involving sustainability, natural healing, veggie vegan and raw cooking, yoga, cultural and community building and outreach. She has volunteered her time and shown support to such organizations as The Harlem Jazz Concert Festival, Casa Frela Gallery, The Washington Heights Artist Movement (W.H.A.M), Prep for Prep, The Harlem International Film Festival (Hi), Word Up Bookstore, The New York Restoration Project, New York Cares, and A Very Jagger Xmas.