I have lived in Uxbridge for 12 years with my wonderful husband, three sons, and our dog, Lucky. I love this community and the people I have met along my way. I have worn many hats in my adult life: a student, a teacher, a restaurant manager, a preschool director, a wife, a mother, and a Realtor! After many years of being a preschool teacher, I became a mom of my own little ones. Started off with twin
boys and added a third boy a short year and a half later. While staying home during the day with my young children, I worked at night at a local family owned restaurant and eventually became the General
Manager. This is where I first realized I had a passion for the business world and the people that come along with it. The relationship with people, and my love for helping people, is what led me to becoming a Realtor.
While working with my first clients (viewing almost 50 homes) I realized that this is much more than showing homes and people buying them. The relationship and the trust are a big part. Finding the right home is a different experience for everyone. I enjoy working with first time home buyers as well as listing your home and helping you find a new one. You may buy the first house you see, or you may look at many different ones. Each experience is different, and I feel it is important to choose a Realtor that you feel you will work well with. You may be spending a lot of time with them.
My education and experience in Early Childhood Education has given me the gift of patience, and has certainly made me appreciate the simple things in life. My experience in the restaurant business has taught me to stay calm in high pressure situations as well as how to work with all different types of people. My education in Business Management Administration has helped me gain a solid foundation in the buying and selling of real estate, the legal side of the transactions, and the importance of organization. I feel all of this together has made me a better Realtor.
Buying or selling a house is not something most of us do every day. You may do it once a decade, or even once in a lifetime. Together, we can make this a great experience!