With about 30 000 part and full time realtors in Greater Phoenix, how do you choose who you will work best for you?
A good realtor will be personable and patient, listen carefully to what you want and need. She will then educate and guide you in buying or selling your home. Throughout the process, you will be asked to share relevant personal information about many areas of your life: financial health, family relationships, worries and insecurities, and perhaps what you literally and figuratively keep in your closets! So it is very important that your realtor has your trust.
My decision to become a realtor was formed by the coming together of what seemed to be a number of disconnected choices and experiences. I earned a Bachelor of Education at the University of Alberta followed by a rewarding 7 years in the teaching profession in Edmonton, Alberta. I then followed my husband and his career to Scottsdale in 2006. Here we have two beautiful children. As a Canadian, buying a house in Arizona was a learning experience. And as an educator, I feel I can take what I learned and confidently help you through the process.
When I become your realtor, you become my priority; I personally answer my own calls and respond promptly to messages. Through my experience as a real estate agent, combined with my background as a teacher, I can navigate the unexpected twists and turns of real estate negotiations, remain calm, focused, and able to problem solve creatively and efficiently. From our initial meeting to our final handshake, I am committed to providing you with personable, knowledgeable and informed service so that the best possible outcome is achieved.