Carroll County Focused, Investor-Friendly Realtor
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My success in Real Estate has come largely from a strong work ethic to provide the highest quality service to my clients; investors and homeowners alike. I love the satisfaction that comes from a job well done once my client settles on a house that will bring much joy, fond memories and/or solid cashflow/appreciation to an investment portfolio. Since beginning in real estate, I have served families ranging as far as Cecil County and Harford County, over to Frederick County, and down to Anne Arundel County. Westminster, Carroll County is my hometown; proud to be a North Carroll Panther.
I specialize in helping landlords grow or reduce their investment portfolios. As the chairperson of a Millennial Discussion Group and a frequent attendee to a diverse range of national investment speakers at the Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Investment Association (MAREIA), I have extensive knowledge of the real estate investing industry.
I hold a Sales Person’s License in the state of Maryland, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Bridgewater College, VA. I am a member of the Carroll County Association of Realtors (CCAR), Maryland Association of Realtors (MAR), and the National Association of Realtors (NAR). My interests lie in Energy Star Certified buildings.
· Carroll County Association of Realtors Community Outreach Board
· Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Investor Association (MAREIA) Ambassador
· Chairperson for Millennial Investors Discussion Group
· Moderator for Monthly CashFlow Game Night
Having previously served clients from a local brokerage in downtown Westminster to now serving families from Coldwell Banker- a global real estate brand recognized in 49 countries- I stand behind my value of providing a hometown feel, with a globalized approach to employ all the available top-of-the-line tools to help you achieve your real estate goals.
All things (actions, reactions, thoughts, and deed) make up our human experience; and in business I believe “It's not the big things that add up in the end; It's the hundreds, thousands, or millions of little things that separate the ordinary from the extraordinary.”