Victoria Wylde, MSE REALTOR®
Vice President – Sedona Luxury Real Estate Professionals
Victoria Wylde grew up in Gainesville, Florida, surrounded by an entrepreneurial family. In high school, she worked summers at her dad’s automotive shops, hustling at the sales counter. While Victoria was in college, her mother’s real estate business exploded and Victoria worked as her assistant. Watching her mother become a top-producing agent and help her clients achieve their real estate dreams was the first taste Victoria had of the transformational power of real estate.
However, marching to the beat of her own drum, Victoria graduated Summa Cum Laude (the highest distinction) from the University of Florida with an undergraduate degree in Plant Genetics and a Master’s of Science in Entrepreneurship. Upon graduating, Victoria married Cameron right here in Sedona. After working in plant breeding laboratories in Florida, Colorado, Italy, and Belgium, Victoria started her own CBD cannabis business. Within four months, Victoria and Cameron had already grown the business to over $600,000 in revenue.
After several years shipping cannabis plants all across the country, Victoria realized that her true passion was the convergence of real estate, investing, and financial freedom. Victoria and Cameron helped her parents select and remodel a Sedona property which then grossed over $200,000 in annual revenue as a short term rental. Victoria and Cameron also purchased their own property in Florida, which is now another hyper-successful short term rental. Realizing they had a knack for identifying, creating, and managing short term rentals, they started Wylde Vacation Rentals and now manage a continuously growing portfolio of unique, luxury properties in Sedona. Victoria also leads the Live, Love, Sedona Real Estate Team at Coldwell Banker, where she practices real estate with Cameron and her mother Nancy. Together, they make a dynamic trio that is laser-focused on providing stellar service and helping clients find their ideal property—whether it’s to generate income or call home.