Is your home in harmony with your life plan? If it’s time to move on, I can help. There’s a lot to learn about real estate in the Triangle. Working together, we can get you where you want to be and enjoy the adventure. Change is good!
As a Realtor, I’ll bring plenty of facts. I am insatiably curious about property, understanding it’s past and potential. I’ll provide the facts and insight you need to make informed decisions. For better or worse, I’m relentlessly honest.
As an agent, I communicate effectively and play well with others. I’ll eloquently market your home to buyers, convincingly convey your offer to sellers, and negotiate successfully on your behalf. I collaborate well with clients, providers, and other agents to get the job done.
As a person, I know there’s more to a transaction than numbers, contracts and rules. I work with people because I enjoy their company. I listen closely, considering your questions and ideas thoughtfully. I rely on intuition to get the vibe of a neighborhood or the personality of a place. I have a good eye for design and the flow of a house, so we can creatively see the possibilities. I’ll pay close attention to legal and financial details to make sure your transaction goes smoothly.
Central Durham has always been my home in the Triangle. You may have seen me walking the tree-lined streets of Watts-Hillandale, where I have lived with my family since 1987. Following a career in marketing and public relations, my husband and I started a chain of local used book and music stores. You may have met me over the counter at Nice Price Books in Durham, Carrboro or Raleigh. You can often find me at yoga class, scouring secondhand stores for vintage treasures or exploring the area’s many ethnic groceries and eateries. I consider myself a serial renovator with two historic homes and two commercial properties under my belt. That said, I have helped my clients with sales or purchases of single family homes of all periods and price ranges, townhomes, investment properties, land and new construction in Durham, Orange, Wake, Alamance and Caswell Counties.