I’ve been proud to be a Realtor in Arizona for over ten years, now, and I’ve been lucky enough to help many people find their dream homes in that time - I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of seeing the looks of new homebuyers when a sale goes through. Being a Realtor has been a personal affair from the start. My grandmother was a top agent for Royal LePage in Montreal, and I have wonderful memories of going to visit her at her office, and loving the environment she was in. I graduated with a B.A. in Communication and then achieved an M.A. in Organizational Management, and still found myself with those same fond memories that brought me into real estate. That sort of passion and wonder for the real estate business continues to carry over into my process today. I strictly work on referrals, which allows me to put all my time and resources into my clients instead of spending it all on marketing materials like flashy billboards or postcards. I’d rather continue to be a trusted resource for my clients than have my face plastered all over town - though, I’m not sure anyone would like to see their face blown up to the size of a billboard.
I offer all of my clients every available resource I have, and specialize in negotiation. Most of all, though? I love the idea of making real estate a personal business again. Like I said, it’s been very people-driven for me from the start. When I see individuals, couples, or especially families moving into a new home, I want to make sure they’re going to absolutely love their new living space. I’m a mom of two daughters, too - if I’m not working, you can usually find me at one of their soccer games (with coffee in hand, undoubtedly!) - so I know the importance of building a comfortable home.
If you’re actively looking for a new home, or just beginning your search, I’d love to get to know you, and work with you in finding the perfect place to fit your needs.
Awards & Designations
Masters in Organizational Management