Within six months of college graduation, I purchased a home. I had a husband, a four year old daughter and was also taking care of my widowed mother. It was time for my family to settle into a dwelling that we could share and where each of us would be able to enjoy the various aspects of home-life.
The salesman who sold me the home convinced me that I should become a real estate agent myself. The thought of being able to do for other people what he had done for me and my family interested me. I did indeed get a sales license and have always enjoyed the privilege of being able to help clients and customers with their housing needs.
My buyers can rely on me for guidance because I use my experience to help them see the possibilities in a property and the potential lifestyle that can be achieved in the purchase of a home for them and their families. I am committed to my sellers and conscientious about marketing their homes to qualified purchasers. I work hard and of course, do all I can to accomplish whatever it takes to sell a client’s property whether it is residential, rental or commercial.
My affiliation with Century 21 Cedarcrest Realty is most important. It is a work-place that is comfortable and conducive to being productive. Century 21 is the only real estate company that can boast of being the winner of the J.D. Power and Associates award for three consecutive years. Our Century 21 Cedarcrest office has won the “Best Real Estate” office in Essex County for two consecutive years. The Century 21 sign is the most recognized real estate sign in our nation.
As a life-long resident of Essex County, with an extensive knowledge of the housing market, I have always been proud of my ability to relate to buyers and sellers in what results in the perfect pairing of clients. It is deep in human nature to want a place of one’s own and nothing brings me more satisfaction than to help people realize that goal. Home is and should be a refuge, a safe haven, a meeting place to share the events of the day and a good meal with those we love and value. After all, when the school bell rings, when the commute is over, when we reach the end of the day,
“There’s No Place Like Home”