My Philosophy

"A relationship without trust is like having a phone with no service. And what do you do with a phone with no service? You play games."
My philosophy in helping clients is simple: Educated clients make educated decisions, and it is my goal to have the most educated clients in the real estate market. With a background in journalism, I use the skills I honed as a newspaper reporter to find out any information my clients want or need to know about a property they’re interested in purchasing, what their competition looks like as sellers or the potential rental income for investment purposes. No stone is left unturned, no question is left unanswered. 
The buying and selling of real estate isn’t something to be taken lightly. These are big, life-altering decisions we’re making, involving hundreds of thousands of dollars that have been saved, pinched and squirreled away for years. It’s important for you to have an agent who understands both your short- and long-term goals because after the transaction closes, the house stands as our testament of work. 
Selecting the right real estate agent is the first part in creating a team that will carry you through the inevitable ups and downs that lie ahead. I believe what sets me apart from other agents is my proactive, whatever-it-takes attitude to give my clients an exceptional experience. I am highly motivated and have an intrinsic desire to help others. Through constant communication and honest feedback, I work hard to earn the trust and confidence of my clients. 
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