The Most Important Things
The most important things to me are my family and my real estate career. I try to spend as much time with my family as possible. I live in Easley with my husband and son, Marty and Ryan. I have lived in the Upstate for almost 30 years. I just love this area! I also have a daughter and son-in-law that live in Easley, Melissa and Michael, and two wonderful grandchildren, Dianna, and our new addition, Trent.
The Little House
My love for real estate began when I was five years old. My grandmother, Myrtle Culclasure, was a librarian, and she brought me this wonderful book, "The Little House" by Virginia Lee Burton. She would read me the story about this little yellow house. The little house lived in the country and was very happy, it loved where it lived. The city moved in and built up all around the house and the poor little house was sad. So people came and moved the house to the country and it was happy again and smiling. Now, it's meant to be a happy ending but the impression that stayed with me forever was that the little yellow house had to leave the place it loved the most and that was sad. From then on I wanted to make houses happy!
Why I Understand Your Experiences
We moved every four years when I was a child. My father was in textiles and had to be relocated for his job. Once I learned what a real estate agent was and I saw how they made our houses happy when we moved into them I wanted to be a real estate agent! This made me understand a child's perspective of moving, as well as relocating as an adult. My experiences allow me to recognize what you're going through. I am an expert in real estate transactions, as well as having an understanding of what you're going through as a buyer or seller!
Why You Have an Edge
I listened and learned from all the real estate agents that my father worked with as we were growing up. They were my heroes. I knew that when I grew up I wanted to be just like them. I wanted to save all "the little house" of the world from having to move. But I wanted to be different. I wanted to give my clients something no one else can. I wanted to give an experience, an advantage, an Edge that no one else could. I wake up every morning and go to bed every evening thinking of new ways to improve what I do. Whether it's thinking of new ideas to get a house sold or staying up late trying to find that perfect house for a client. I take every class I can to be on top of every aspect of this business as possible. And I have the perspective of a buyer and seller to understand what you're feeling. That's why I'm unique, that's how I can say, with certainty, that you have an Edge when you work with me.
Why I'm So Devoted
So, I've always wanted to be a real estate agent but I waited. My family is very important to me and I didn't to begin my real estate career until I could devote most all of my time and energy to it. My children are old enough now that I am not away from them working all the time. And I work a lot! It takes a lot of effort and energy to do what I do and I am very fortunate to have a family that supports me. I am constantly at homes, in my office, on the computer, and on my phone. This is not a job for me; it's a love, a passion, a new adventure everyday! I just love houses! I love meeting new people, sharing their stories, and helping them achieve their dreams.
Let me help you achieve yours!
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