My Personal TV Show on Oxford Community Television
Many people see real estate as a competitive industry, but I feel it is one of the most collaborative. Agents are working together with clients, lenders and inspectors to put together an agreement that satisfies all sides. This truly is my calling: to bring folks together during one the most emotional and financially critical times in a person’s life. I’m grateful to operate from a mindset of collaboration.
I know housing! During my 40 plus years of living in Southeast Michigan I was a director of a large community development non-profit that served seniors and home energy programs. I am passionate about it and continue to volunteer for several local non-profits. My large network of trusted resources helps me to share them with others within my community and in my real estate business.
Personally, my husband Kevin and I have been extremely fortunate to raise three wonderful children and have been blessed with the greatest gifts of all: seven grandchildren! My oldest son has owned a small business in downtown Rochester for over 15 years – Rochester Holistic Arts! He and his amazing talented practitioners healing aching bodies through – wellness, education & transformation. My middle child has owned his own fine carpentry business he is sought old to build staircases and specialized molding, he works out of Franklin, Bloomfield, Birmingham and Royal Oak communities. My daughter is a Nurse at Troy Beaumont, she has won several awards that her patients and families have nominated her for – due to caring giving nature. When I am not selling or
buying real estate, I enjoy spending time with my family, camping, reading, and walking on the beautiful hiking trails of Michigan. I love support the communities I live in! However I can support families through transitions. I give it my all! At the end of the day – what makes me tick is the smiles of Joy!
Don’t worry about your finances, choose the professionals who’ll take care of them. Here’s what you should now at the very beginning.
Is now the best time to sell your home? That’s an intensely personal question that depends on a number of factors - many of them beyond your control.
- Douglas Adams
When choosing a new place to live, don’t forget to take into consideration not only the housing but also the surroundings.
Thinking about a bigger picture is rather an exception than a rule in case of the first-time encounter with real estate.
It’s quite possible that your lifestyle means you should think beyond the typical single-family home when the time comes to buy your first place.