We all grow up saying “I won’t be like my parents,” right? Well, for me, it was inevitable. With a father and father-in-law in the real estate industry, it is safe to say that it’s in my blood.
A native of Charleston, South Carolina, I never thought I could be as enthralled with another city’s charm. Then, I met Charlotte. From the one-of-a-kind architecture to the addictive shopping to the numerous career opportunities, I truly believe Charlotte is the perfect blend of suburban and urban. You can climb the corporate ladder here and you can raise a family here. Charlotte’s got a lot.
I love real estate because I love the intersection of processes and people. Whether a first time buyer or a veteran seller, it brings me so much joy to provide insight into the Charlotte Real Estate market for my clients. My 2015 goal is to sell 50 homes, but more importantly to build relationships with 50 families. As my team and I work hard to get homes sold, we take the time to cultivate genuine friendships with our clients. In fact, I have a “goal board,” for each family I’d like to help this year. For each home that I sell, I flip the number over and write one word that I am praying and hoping for over that family for the year.
As for me, I was privileged with the move to Charlotte in 2012 after marrying my husband, Sanders. Sanders’ dream job with the Carolina Panthers moved us to the Queen City and we are proud to call it a permanent home. We met at Clemson University, where I obtained a B.S. in Business Management & Entrepreneurship. My first career after college was with Elevation Church in Matthews, NC, where I was a Project Manager.
All this to say… you can find me at Charlotte Yoga in Park Road Shopping Center, walking our Goldendoodle in our gorgeous neighborhood (Madison Park), attending Clemson and Panthers football games, or volunteering at my church.
As a young married professional, experienced Realtor®, and Charlotte transplant, I believe I can relate to a wide range of clients. Call, text, or email me anytime and let’s get coffee!