I am a Born and raised Arizona Native. I choose to pursue a career in real estate as a way to assist my Mother with her brokerage, and fell in love with the process of assisting people in locating their dream home. When I started my career in real estate in 2007, the market was at a rapid decline. To better assist our existing clients and the hundreds of home owners who were upside down and in extreme financial hardships, I began my chapter as a Loan Modification negotiator. I spent two years assisting, and trying to perfect the ever changing lender guidelines, and fortunately was able to obtain over a hundred permanent loan modifications. As the Lenders continued to become more strict on whom they would offer assistance too, modifications then become unobtainable, and in my opinion not effective for long term assistance.
With modifications failing behind, I then transitioned to negotiating short sales. My short sale experience is quite extensive and I even spent an additional two years working at a short sale based law firm. Where I was able to expend my knowledge and even learned inside secrets, from lender exclusive trainings. My short sale experience is unmatched by any competitor agents, as I have complete up to date knowledge of all of the lenders processes, and the marketing skill to move a short sale property from restless to sold.
My marketing background and extensive resources allows me to provide our clients with the upper hand over other listings, and to provide the ultimate edge, that will transform any listing from active to quickly pending, and then sold.
In my spare time I am proud to serve as a Board of Director for Dress For Success Phoenix. The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
In addition to being a Board of Director for Dress For Success Phoenix, I also serve on the 2018 Professional Committees for Arizona Association of Realtors, which include the Grievance Committee and Legislative Committee.