I am the oldest of five girls in my family. We came up with so many business ideas. One of our best was called “Sitter Sisters” for babysitting and pet sitting. We made flyers to hand out and everything.
Growing up, what did you want to be?
I always wanted to be in real estate, but never thought I would be able to push through the first years of a commission-only job as a young college graduate financially on my own. It is a lot of work but can be done!!
My pup Nala and I are regulars at Fetch Dog Park in Edgewood. We also LOVE Morningside Nature Preserve and their hidden dog beach.
Probably Princess Diana. I loved her friendly and casual nature even though she was royalty.
Easily the unpaved Beltline. SO much exciting potential for growth. I think the little pockets of the Morningside Nature Preserve are super cool too; a whole forest and river right in the middle of the city!
I love the hustle! Connecting a client with the perfect new home for them is such a gratifying feeling. I also love walking first time buyers through the experience, recently having bought my first home!
My current project, Pratt Stacks, sits right on the unpaved Southside Beltline Trail next to the Beacon and down the street from the Atlanta Zoo. I strictly work for the seller (my builder, The Providence Group). I distinguish myself through my approach to buyers. I try to stay casual and easygoing while still giving them the right information.
I know looking for a new home is a very stressful process, so have made it a priority to help buyers feel comfortable. I want them to interact with me as a friend, not just a professional helping them through the transaction. I also know the Eastside Intown Atlanta area like the back of my hand and am a resident of Edgewood. I feel living in the area you are focused on selling has lots of advantages, from local knowledge to building trustworthiness.
Construction delays, hands down! In the current market, we are experiencing all kinds of crazy material delays that are out of our control.
Using every opportunity as a networking opportunity. Being outgoing in social settings and starting conversations with strangers. I have met so many clients that later buy from me this way!
Binge watching the show Startup on Netflix. So good.
The Ramen Burger from Ruby Chow’s is one of my favorites in the city.
I think the Swan House is absolutely beautiful.
I was with a client once and they literally just left in the middle of the conversation. It was very confusing.
I have an introverted side as well.
Hilton Head Island — absolutely beautiful scenery.
I’m going to have to go with Raleigh, home of my Wolfpack!
Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something.
I love the Go MLS app.