SLINGERLANDS — I have always been fascinated with houses since I was a child, and always noticed more things about them than most children my age.
To this day I remember every detail of my girlhood home including the pull-down ironing board tucked into the kitchen wall – the floral print cover, the scratches, the creaking sound it made as my mother pulled it down to iron my clothes. Insert Miranda Lambert’s song “The House That Built Me.” This is where it all began.
In my twenties my mother passed away after a very brief and courageous battle with cancer. A year later, my siblings and I sold our childhood home.
My fascination with houses grew. In the coming years I got married, bought a house and started my family. All the while I was thinking about real estate and that someday I’d like to be realtor.
I convinced myself I couldn’t do it, and had every excuse in the book. My penchant for real estate was growing by the day, but another road block presented itself.
This road block was not a made-up excuse like the others though. My sister was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer which almost crushed me. My energy and focus were where they needed to be for the next five years until she passed away in early 2013.
I became licensed later that year and have never looked back. If I can start a new career at age 48, so can you! My business has grown exponentially, and I finished 2021 able to help more families than any other year.
I’m ranked in the top 200 realtors in the Capital Region (of more than 3500) and am consistently honored by the Women’s Council of Realtors as a multi-million dollar salesperson.
I’d be thrilled to help you with your real estate needs and can be reached at 518-469-7677.