I am a Realtor by profession, love what I do, and have you and your best interests in mind at all times.
Your new house. I have this crazy idea that real estate is not about us…our egos…our faces…and our brand. What does all that matter, really? I suspect that if I take great care of you, then you will tell a friend.
- Yoga is a passion of mine. I have studied Iyengar yoga since 2002 and taught at Yoga North.
- I am never to busy for you or your business.
- Social media is a tool that I use to deliver useful information to you so that we can learn from each other.
I believe that real estate is about YOU, not ME. Realty is an ego-free zone. But thatʼs not to say that I lack confidence, but just not cocky, and not slick. I love helping people buy and sell homes. Read my bio, you will see I didnʼt hire a marketing firm…I am who I am.
And as for YOU…I believe that when I market your home, I should market YOUR home. My website and my materials will point the reader to YOUR home. There should be just enough contact information about me to be sure a prospect can find us.
Maybe itʼs naive but I choose to see the good in people. I like giving people the benefit of the doubt. I think buying a home should be a fun process. Yes, its a complex process but that doesnʼt mean it should be stressful. I think your house has a story to tell, and I want to help tell it. I think its better to keep things simple.
I believe in being a good mother and a good wife, sometimes at the expense of my clients. I believe in being a good realtor, sometimes at the expense of my children and my partner. Keeping the balance for work/life ensures good connections on both sides.
I think creativity is underrated. Think outside the box!!
I think The Shelter Foundation is a great organization so I donate a percentage to them with every transaction.
I have moved MANY times in my life and it had everything to do with work across the country. It taught me the value of true friends. It also taught me about self- confidence and courage. It it helps me coach people who are less experienced in the art of moving.
I believe in transparency. So if you want to know what I think about anything else…just ask."