Posted on: January 20, 2017
Where are you working today / where are your appointments?
All over! I spent the morning in West Philly, quick stop in Mt Airy, the afternoon in Port Richmond, and happy home to my fam in South Kensington.
What is your favorite on-the-go lunch choice?
Reading terminal all the way. So many great stalls to choose from! Some days a piece of cheese from Downtown Cheese and a baguette from Metropolitan OR Four Seasons Juice Bar (next to Market Blooms) and a pretzel from Miller’s twist.
Do you have a favorite new local restaurant or business that you are really excited about?
PlayArts at Front and Thompson opened in September and it is a wonderful business! It is a beautifully rehabbed old municipal pool building turned into a spectacular play space complete with sensory, art, music, and dance classes. From infants on up, it is a great addition to the neighborhood.
What do you like to do in your free time – besides sell real estate?
When I’m not showing houses or chasing a toddler around, I love to cook!!
iPhone or Android?
What is your favorite dessert?
Tea or coffee?
Coffee – I’m very spoiled since the flagship La Colombe is just a few blocks from my home.
What is your favorite part of being a realtor?
Helping people take the next step in their lives. In my experience, physically moving is usually a manifestation of change in life, and it isn’t always young people starting fresh or growing into a “dream home”(though that is really fun!). Sometimes it’s because of death, divorce, retirement, or downsizing. A house can come to symbolize so many very personal things for people; a loved one that resided in it, a relationship that may not have worked out, a space that whole generations of a family have been raised in… It isn’t always an easy thing to do, but it is extremely rewarding. The purchase or sale of real estate is a very empowering experience.