For as long as I can remember I wanted to a Realtor and through my life i have been pulled in to this line of work. When I was young my mother and I didn't have much extra money to go do things s we went to a lot of open houses. I loved imagining living in them and what room would be mine but I knew we wouldn't be able to afford them. That didn't matter to me I just loved going through them. Even to this day my mom and I still love driving around looking at homes.More Less
My husband and I had our first child at a young age. My dreams of being a successful Realtor were put on hold for a while. Now we have 5 wonderful children and I understand the many blessings as well as the hardships that come along wtih motherhood. My fairth in Realtors was initially strained while looking for our first home, a far from perfect fixer-upper. It was difficult finding a Realtor to help us look for that specific home so I ended up finding it myself.
Shortly before moving in to our second home I finally decided to get my license. It was after a series of disappointments working with 5 different Realtors while trying to purchase it. Although many of my troubles were avoidable I learned the hard way what it takes to represent your clients and how even a few oversights or simply dragging your feet can cost the clients a tremendous amount. I decided that I could easily do what these Realtors chose not to do and made a commitment to myself to always treat my clients the way they deserve to be treated and to be an example of what a true Realtor should be.
I have built and plan to build many more long lasting friendships through my business and being able to help people buy and sell homes!