AboutI come from a long line of successful women real estate agents. My great grandma was the first woman broker in Lexington, Ky., in the 1950s and my grandma was a real estate agent as well. I sang professional opera for two years after graduating from college and was successful, but I could not afford to move out of my parents’ home and wanted to be more independent. I’d always thought that real estate would be an exciting career. Growing up, I used to write in my journals that I could see myself as a real estate professional. My mother, a homemaker for over 30 years, and I signed up for a real estate course together, and I became a fourth-generation real estate agent.
I always walk into a listing or buyer consultation with the intention of making my client feel like they can rely on me as a professional and as a friend. I treat my million-dollar clients just as I do my $100,000 clients.