My family and I have lived in Tennessee for 22 years. During this time, I have gained knowledge about its rich history as well as the growth plans in store for its counties. Overall, I believe that preservation and evolution are both necessary as changes occur in our demographics and economic outlook.
My family and I love being able to call Williamson County our home. We have been a part of its school system, community events, sports, and spiritual centers. As a hobby, I design and create clothing. Several times last year, I participated in the Downtown Art Crawl to showcase my work and promote local businesses. The Arts and Culture of Franklin supports an individual’s talents and offers them an avenue to express their talents. The Heritage Foundation and other historical societies aim to keep the city’s story alive, and thousands of people visit this area each year.
I am devoted to helping people during important times in their lives, and my mission is to provide a customized plan of action for every client, which includes unbiased feedback and respect for their decisions.
I build relationships and pay close attention to everyone’s wish list and essential needs. Overall, I use an approach to each transaction that is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and timebound. It is satisfying to see people reach their dreams, achieve their goals, and become part of a community.
I strive to stay informed on market trends and projections through continuous research and discussion. This information is vital because it affects a client’s options and determines the direction that we take. My pledge is to provide a “concierge” level of service that is delivered with style.
I represent my city and county as an Ambassador, interact with the Chamber of Commerce, Heritage Foundation, and the Williamson County Arts Council. Furthermore, my Social Work background equips me with the ability to advocate for a client’s rights and to remain loyal.
As Tennesseans, we are recognized for our personable, friendly residents, low cost of living, no required state income tax, competitive housing market, diversity, and quality of life. Money magazine has ranked 3 of our cities as “Best Places to Live 2021”. Moreover, the City of Franklin is recognized as an “All American City” and one of the Top 10 cities to live in the US. Tennessee is a treasure that yields great returns.