I truly believe there is a REALTOR out there for everyone; we all work differently and have different specialties and personalities.
Your REALTOR will spend a lot of time with you, either in a car looking at homes, or around your table talking about pricing strategies and staging ideas. Your feelings, reasons for selling or buying, are all personal and specific to you. You need to trust and like your REALTOR, don’t take the decision lightly. You’ll be spending allot of time together and maybe even become lifelong friends.
I am looking forward to the opportunity to working with you!
A little about myself and how I came to become a Broker Associate with Downs Realty on the Thorpe Family Realty Team:
After my children began school, I wanted to find a career that would be challenging, involve working with the public, and give me the flexibility to remain involved in my children’s schooling. I hoped the real estate industry would provide this, and so I worked to earn my agent’s license in January of 2004 and later my brokers license in 2009.
I enjoy all the things I was hoping for, and receive so much more, too. I learn new things everyday which keeps things interesting. Whether it’s new laws, technology, or changing markets; I love the fast pace and different situations and personalities each new client brings. I have been so fortunate to also have gained many lifelong friends along the way.
Working with other parties, individuals and other agents, to achieve the best possible deal and terms for my clients is more than simply a job, it’s a passion for me. Additionally, I understand that buying or selling your home can be an emotional experience, I always take into account my clients’ feelings. I have been selling homes for over a decade. I understand how important the decision of where you call home is.
When not working, I’m a volunteer junky! I’m honored to say I have received volunteer of the year from my Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce and I am a Paul Harris Fellow. My family and I spend a lot of time in the wilderness hiking, camping, and bicycling; which is one of the most important reasons we live where we do. My husband and son ski, but my daughter and I tend to like warmer conditions; I enjoy sneaking in a good book while they’re on the slopes.