"Creating Community With Care"
My four generation family of Realtors began with my grandmother, who sold property on Miami Beach in the 1930s. My mother and uncle joined in when I was a child. Currently my brother, sister, spouse, and cousin are active Realtors.
While I was initially licensed at age 18, for many years I kept my license inactive. Instead, I pursued a counseling degree at Florida State University and spent more than 20 years as a psychotherapist, most of them in private practice.
But I also felt the pull of real estate. Twenty years ago, I activated my real estate license and in 2005 I became a Broker.
I consider myself a "House Yenta" -- matchmaking Buyers with houses that they love and Sellers with Buyers that fit their homes. It's important to me that my customers understand the transaction they are making. No questions are too small to ask.
I've been in the top 10 percent for residential sales volume in Tallahassee for the past three years. I am a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and also hold designations in At Home with Diversity (AHWD), and Leadership Academy (CLS). I'm a member of the Women's Council of Realtors.
I have served on boards for several nonprofits including being a founding member of Big Bend Cares and Rape Crisis (now Refuge House). I also served as Board Chair of the School of Arts and Sciences during its first two years of operation. In 2011, I helped establish the Alzheimer's Project-Respite Care Program at Temple Israel. In 2015 I was chosen as one of Tallahassee's 25 Women You Need to Know.
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