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Born and raised in the City of Roses with a keen appreciation for its vibrant and unique neighborhoods. Whether you are seeking an ornate Victorian or a sleek modernistic contemporary, I know where to find them. Quickly focusing the search process saves you time and frustration. Let me be your resource and guide to locating the property that feels like "home". Twelve years of real estate experience specializing in marketing properties within 20 minutes of downtown Portland. Homes, like people, have individual characteristics and I like to play up their unique features. I promise no hum drum real estate fliers, fuzzy photos, incomplete information, or cliche' descriptions. Prior to listing your home we will thoroughly discuss your goals and how to achieve them.
I'll admit it, I'm a stickler for details. A background in professional event planning and catering management has proven that extreme organization, clear communication, excellent relationships with sub contractors, fair negotiations, having a "Plan B" for the unexpected and a sense of humor are important in working with clients and colleagues. I consider it my duty to keep up to date on the current real estate market and the impact of new laws that may affect one's most valuable asset. Each month I attend Continuing Education Courses on subjects ranging from radon to easements. You can rest assured I'm looking out for your best interests every step of the way.
One's life work is worth nothing if you don't make other people happy and exceed expectations along the way. It has been my pleasure and honor to find families their new residence and assist owners with the sale of their precious homes.
Resident of inner SE where I enjoy the arts, gardening, reading fiction and advocating for individuals with developmental disabilities. Former member of La Salle College Preparatory High School Board of Trustees, Past President of The Arc of Multnomah Clackamas County, member of Stand for Children, volunteer for PHAME and FolkTime. Honored by The Arc of Multnomah and Clackamas County as "Woman of The Year 2007". Graduate of Sunset High School and majored in English at Lewis and Clark College.