For 25 years I have worked as an advocate for the health and well-being of our planet and humanity as a whole. This experience translates ideally into real estate, where I am delighted to be advocating for my clients’ happiness, well-being and security.
Buying and selling a home is one of the Top 5 stressors we can experience in our lives. Our homes are not just sticks and bricks, they are where our lives happen…they are our family’s security, which increases in both intensity and value as the years go on.
Because I understand that there is a delicate balance between the emotional and investment aspects of buying or selling a home, I am able to separate them and serve both with equal care, integrity, loyalty and knowledge.
I work with my clients precisely as I would want someone representing me or my family to do. My clients have chosen to work with me because they can can rest assured that I will represent their best interests at all times; that they will have an agent who can empathize with their unique circumstances, negotiate fiercely and advocate steadfastly on their behalf – both champion and a confidante.
Last but not least, I believe that the health and well-being of the community as a whole is vital to the selection of a town in which to establish roots. The strength of a community is as important to a client’s happiness as is the home they choose to live in and sustain the value of their investment. The Shoreline is my home. This was my home growing up and it is where I returned to start my family. I am personally committed to contributing to its health and growth, not only for myself but also for my son and my prospective clients.
Therefore, with gratitude and hope, I donate 10% of my commission back into the communities in which I sell properties through a fund I founded called give.live.thrive. Please see Capital & Philanthropy for a deeper explanation of my philosophy of doing business and how this fund came about.