My interest in real estate began as a small girl. Growing up with a mortgage-banker father, I spent weekends hopping from one open house or new development to another and poring over homes for sale in the large, MLS books. I loved every minute of it .
Fast forward several states and years, my husband and I were at a crossroads and decided to leave California for a better quality of life. On my first visit, I connected that Idaho was an incredibly special place. The beautiful scenery, accessibility to the outdoors, and area’s small-town, agricultural influence were hugely appealing to me. My husband and I knew right away that we wanted to raise our children in the Treasure Valley. I spent the next several months extensively researching cities and homes and, after purchasing our small ranch and making our move, I focused my efforts on pursuing a career in real estate.
I take a well-rounded approach to the business and find tremendous fulfillment connecting clients with the next chapter of their story. As a wife and mom, I feel I have unique perspective into the needs and wants of my clients and pride myself on finding homes that suit their lives in a purposeful and practical way. As someone who has moved cross-country, twice, I understand the stress involved in starting over and work with buyers to make their transition as smooth and seamless as possible. With experience in the financial services industry, I pride myself on being well-versed in negotiations, market knowledge, and data. And, finally, due to work as an interior designer, I have a keen eye for helping clients see the potential in a property and in helping them get their homes staged for a quick sale.
A self-professed homebody, in the off hours, you can usually find me on my farm, enjoying time with my family, baking something in the kitchen, tending to our animals, or sprucing up my home. I am active in our church and love volunteering in the community.