I decided to pursue a career in real estate after my family’s experience with the renovation of our 1920’s home in Northside. I was so inspired by the process that I decided to transition from my 14-year teaching career to begin my 2nd chapter as a Realtor.
I have a passion for guiding homebuyers through the process of finding their dream home like my family did.
Having bought and sold 3 homes in 3 states, including new construction and a historic renovation, I have been in my clients’ shoes. I know from experience what an emotional roller coaster buying or selling a home can be, and I often share the lessons my family learned to help make the process as stress-free as possible.
I value the quality of my clients’ experience over the quantity of transactions I make. I take the time to get to know my clients personally and to truly listen to what they want and need in a home. As a former teacher who has been asked every question under the sun, I encourage my clients to ask as many questions as needed to give them peace of mind that they’re making the best decision possible.
While I’m from North Carolina (Go Tarheels!), I’ve also lived in Tennessee and Georgia. I graduated from Milligan College in Tennessee with a Master of Education degree, and I love that I am still able to use my teaching skills to educate my clients on the home buying and selling process. Outside of real estate, you can find me exploring all of the amazing museums, parks, and restaurants that RVA has to offer with my husband Rich, daughter Elly, and rescue pup Lyla.