Allie Altschuler is a Pasadena resident and native who holds degrees in Creative Writing and Painting from the University of Southern California. As a punk rock kid with an arts background, she quickly found her place in the body modification industry. It was there that she learned how to craft relationships with every conceivable type of client, and how to put at ease the minds of people about to make weighty decisions. With solid experience in the arts, communication, and relationship building, Altschuler decided to pursue a career in real estate. She’s ecstatic to be a part of the Clarkliving team, and ready to help build an empire with this pack of stone cold weirdos.

Altschuler believes in greeting clients with a firm hug—unless that makes them uncomfortable, in which case hand shakes are totally cool too. Buying or selling a home can be a stressful, nerve-wracking experience. Altschuler exudes a soothing sense of peace and calm that quiets the nerves of even the most restless clients. She believes in the utmost importance of humor, and you’ll be hard-pressed to keep a straight face around her.

Outside of real estate, Altschuler writes narrative non-fiction and comedy, paints primarily candid portraits, and on rare occasion climbs on stage. She also spends an inordinate amount of time at the gym or getting equally sweaty outdoors. Altschuler is also extremely passionate about working with organizations that aid survivors of sexual and domestic violence. So far she’s spent a combined decade with V-Day, A Window Between Worlds, and Peace Over Violence in their efforts to incite positive change.






Yoga House 11 W. State St, Pasadena 91105

There’s a reason this lil slice has been thriving for 19 years. 

Hama Sushi 347 E 2nd St, Little Tokyo 90012

Otherwise known as my happiest of happy places.

Lula Mae 100 N Fair Oaks, Pasadena 91103

If you’ve ever received a gift from me, and it wasn’t booze, it came from here.

Everson Royce 155 N Raymond Ave, Pasadena 91103

If you’ve ever received a gift from me, and it WAS booze, it came from here.