Q: How do you stand out in the crowded marketplace?
A: I bought my first condo in 2007 in Clarendon and was so enamored with the process that I got my real estate license shortly thereafter. Since then I have sold over 250 homes, mostly by referral, all over the D.C. metro region, ranging from condos to new construction homes. I pride myself on passing on all of my knowledge of the process, the local area and homeownership to my clients. In a tight real estate market like the one we’re currently in, I’m also creative in finding ways to help those looking to sell and buy make the process easier. My motto of “Guiding Your Move” is founded on the principle that you’ll always get me for each step of the process, and I’ll help guide you through all of the questions of buying or selling.
Q: What is your educational background?
A: I have a Masters Degree in Applied Economics from John Hopkins University. I am currently using that to prove to my 3rd grader that I can teach him multiplication—if I can negotiate with him, I can negotiate for you.
Q: How would your clients describe you?
A: My clients generally use the words responsive and honest when describing me. Others may say finicky when it relates to details. But matching light bulbs matter, and clean towels and sheets matter. If a client doesn’t do it, I’m going to do it for them.
Q: What do you like to do when you’re not working?
A: Pre-pandemic you could find me at Nationals games or Maryland football games with my husband and two sons, but now you’ll find me chugging coffee on my front porch, hoping for a minute or two of peace and quiet.
Awards & Honors:
Arlington Magazine Top Producer for 3 years in a row
Washingtonian Magazine Top Agent since 2015
Northern Virginia Magazine Top Agent since 2016