About Me

fullsizeoutput_c1.jpegAs a child, I remember riding with my mother and grandfather as they performed contract work for various tax assessors throughout the state of Georgia. We would spend our summers in the car, traveling from one rural area to the next, relying on blue ray maps to navigate the country roads in order to measure mobile homes to ensure accurate tax assessment rates. Later, I was tasked with pulling book and page documentation from the land records in an early effort to digitize the information. And so began my love of real estate.

After completing my Associate’s Degree in Virginia, I began a career as a legal assistant while working towards obtaining my Bachelor’s Degree. Initially, I mostly worked in the civil litigation section of a firm in Norfolk, Virginia before moving to a larger firm in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area where I began working in the community associations section. I spent several years working closely with Homeowners Associations and Condominiums and later moved into the land use section, helping developers and businesses navigate the political and municipal requirements associated with developing new subdivisions.

In 2013, my husband retired from the United States Navy after 22 years of service, and we decided to make Effingham County our home in 2014. I initially worked as a corporate paralegal in Savannah before pursuing a career in real estate. Having grown up in the area, it is refreshing to see all the exciting changes happening in the area. I look forward to working with buyers and sellers as they navigate the home buying/selling process.

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