With over 6 years in Real Estate, my business is built on communication, dedication and transparency. I will work with you, as a partner, to determine your needs and wants in your next home purchase or sale. I believe knowledge is key to a stress free and enjoyable home sale or purchase. Continuing education is at the heart of my business to provide the best experience for my clients. I have taken advanced training to obtain my Associate Brokers License and my Mortgage Loan Officer License (Mortgage Loan Officer- Iron Mortgage NMLS ID 2461169)
Born in Ypsilanti and raised in Belleville I have family all around the metro Detroit area. From rural to city life, I love the variety metro Detroit has to offer. In addition to helping others buy and sell, I rehab and rent out properties on my own. This process has helped me to identify many of the challenges a client may face in a house and knowing how to get them fixed. It has also shown me the value in Real Estate investing as a way to create long term financial success. I love sharing this with my clients.
I look forward to working with you.
When I was 25 I moved to London and attended Culinary School at Le Cordon Bleu. I love to travel. I have visited 6 continents, 43 countries and 48 states.
I grew up working in my Dad's family owned restaurant, local favorite The Tin Lizzie. Before starting in Real Estate, I spent 14 years as a freight broker in the transportation industry. I helped my customers get supplies moved around the country while negotiating with trucking companies and truck drivers.
One of my best days was a day of travel. While staying at a hostel in Switzerland I met a fellow traveler who knew of a place where we could borrow bikes from for the day. We spent the day riding along Lake Geneva and exploring the city. It was a magical day of living in the moment and enjoying what the day brought me.
My first rental property. I had no idea what I was doing and it was a full rehab. At the end, walking through the home I created made me realize I could overcome any obstacle.
Watching the early 2000's TV show West Wing.
While organizing a parade I accidently made the start point on the wrong street. With a few laughs it all worked out.