I have been thinking quite a bit lately about how the public views real estate professionals. Even I have dealt with a few Realtors that made me wonder how they ever got their real estate license. Here are a few things that I want you to know about me and the way I conduct my business.


I am a full time Realtor, and have worked this as my only source of income since 2004. This is my career, and I see myself as a consultant, helping my clients meet their long term real estate and home owning goals. This is my business and not a past time. I take it very seriously.


Here’s what I can promise you:


  • I will never give you advice on selling or buying without first listening to what your needs, hopes and dreams are.
  • I won’t candycoat what is or isn’t happening in your local market.
  • I will try to be a great resource of local area knowledge.
  • I will continue to always put my client’s needs first. It can be a challenge sometimes.
  • I will stay in communication with you after the purchase of your home, both as a resource for contractors/painters/repairmen/etc but also for continued information on the real estate market.
  • I will take your phone calls, answer your emails, and always keep you in the loop when we are working towards a sale or purchase.
  • I will continue to attend education coarses to keep up with today’s real estate market.
  • When you ask me “how’s the market?” I will give you an honest answer, and the data to back it up.


What is most important to me at the end of the day is whether I helped my clients accomplish what they set out to do. Were they happy with the outcome, and did I do everything in my power to get them there? I know not every Realtor uses that as their guiding principal, but they should. My goal is to have you more than satisfied with me and my work. I want you to refer me to your family, friends and associates. If you decide to do business with me, that’s what you will get. That’s my promise to you.