I have worked with buyers and sellers in the Madison area for eight years. I found my way into the industry during the purchase of my first house. My buyer’s agent encouraged me to consider getting licensed and pursuing this as a career, as he recognized that I’d be really good at what he does. I have a background in nonprofit direct service work with vulnerable populations and found the skill set very transferrable. With real estate, I’ve found deep meaning helping clients transition from one stage of life to another, which is so often the reason people move: growing families, job change, empty nests, retirement, loss of a loved one. I am uniquely skilled at working with clients through all aspects of these major life changes.
When I work with sellers and buyers, my role is as a project manager for all aspects of the purchase and sale. There are a myriad of different moving parts that all happen at a rapid pace and it is my role to stay ten steps ahead to have the experience be as smooth and simple for my clients as possible. Clients value my organization, communication and education skills, warmth and patience, precision, attention to detail, and calm but in-charge demeaner.
I have lived on both the East and West sides of Madison and know the metro area well. I currently live with my dog Sebastian on the Westside of Madison adjacent to cooperatively owned neighborhood forest where I take daily walks through the woods and Owen Conservancy. I love to camp (all seasons, bring on the cold!), spend time with friends and family, explore new places, bike to yoga, cross country ski, and read. I am currently pursuing my graduate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Edgewood College. Real estate and therapy are the right and left hand of my career and my experience with each will help me to be a better practitioner of the other.