Location, location, location … what does a hometown girl know about her location? Well, when your roots in the Triangle run long and deep like mine, the answer is, “A lot!” My great-grandparents moved to Durham at the turn of the 20th century. My grandparents built their home in Morehead Hills in 1928. My parents met when my father came from Raleigh to attend Duke University. I grew up in Duke Park neighborhood. I bought my first house on the street where I grew up. Like me, my kids went to Club Blvd. School. I like to think I know the Triangle up one side and down the other.
My experience in design, landscaping, fine dining, and my own real estate investments made residential brokerage a natural “next step” for me in 2006. There isn’t much about a house I don’t know, because I’ve seen it all. In the event I don’t know something, I had clients sum it up best when they said, “Liz don’t rest until she gets to the bottom of an issue.”
Over the years I’ve learned a good broker must heed her instincts and be insightful & imaginative to achieve a client’s goals. With knowledge and determination I help my clients adjust to the complexity of an ever-changing market. I will advocate for you at every point in your real estate transaction.
I’ll always go above and beyond for your family, as I do for my own. I am a dedicated wife and mother of three US military service members, and grand-mother to two lovely little girls. When I’m not matchmaking for my clients, I enjoy spending time in the garden or a day on the lake. You might catch me cruising on a Sunday afternoon in an electric blue Mustang somewhere between here, there and everywhere.
As a proud Durhamite and native North Carolinian, I have a boundless love for the place affectionately known as the Heart of the Carolinas. Let’s talk about what brought you to the Triangle.