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I got into real estate as a way to help others. I have always had a passion for homes and enjoy when I can help to match up people/families with a place that they can call home. Many times, a real estate transaction maybe the largest investment a person makes in their lifetime and it is not to be taken lightly. Allow my experience and professionalism assist you in taking your next step in life. The excitement of moving up, moving on or settling down is what motivates me to do the very best for my clients. I pride myself in listening and understanding the needs and wants of my customers to best suit their unique situation.
The broker I chose to work with, Re/Max House Values has been in the real estate business for over 20 years, which has earned them a respected place in our community. Stability, consistency and reliability are traits I work hard to possess so it was important that the company I wound up working with possessed those same, strong traits. The Re/Max brand together represented those for me. I grew up in Stanhope, New Jersey and lived there until 2008 when I moved to Byram, New Jersey. If you know the area, I moved 1 town over. This is because I love living in this part of New Jersey and want others to have the same great experience I have had. Currently I live in Chester, New Jersey with my husband and dog, Jerome (giant schnauzer). I keep active in my local community by volunteering with the local Rotary club. I have a bachelor's degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN and an MBA with a concentration in marketing from Centenary College in Hackettstown, New Jersey. My previous work experience in sales and marketing are resources you can use throughout the housing process. Consider me your trusted advisor and the person who is here to help. Please allow me to share with you how the benefits of working with a proven and professional sales person and a company that has Outstanding Agents & Outstanding Results will help you achieve your goals.
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