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Eleven years ago I moved to Philly to earn my Masters in Public Health, specifically health communication, and never left! I have called West Philly, Rittenhouse Square, South Philly, and the far Northeast home. Currently, my husband, six-year-old son, and two kitties live in our happy home in Center City. Our family is complete when our grown son comes to visit during college breaks from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
My mother and my grandmother were both in real estate, so it has always been a part of my life. Seven years ago, I began fixing and flipping homes and absolutely loved the process. Four years ago, I obtained my real estate license to purchase and sell my own properties. As I began to work with potential buyers and renters or helped friends purchase homes, I felt a calling to focus more on helping buyers buy and sellers sell. I especially love working with first-time home buyers, first-generation home buyers, and my fellow real estate investors. To know that I helped play a part in building generational wealth for families is deeply satisfying to me.
In addition to selling homes, my husband and I passionately serve the homeless and housing-insecure population. We strive to offer help and services to break the cycles of addiction and isolation. Over the next 10 years, we plan to grow our homeless outreach services from providing meals to also providing housing and addiction recovery support. Our careers in real estate help us to accomplish this calling on our lives!
When I am not hosting an open house somewhere fabulous in the Philadelphia area, you will find me spending time with my family in Bucks County, Asbury Park, and other Jersey Shore points. If we are looking to stay closer to home, you’ll find me at Hiro Ramen House (the Karaage Fried Chicken is to die for and the Gates of Hell ramen is a bowl from heaven), QT Vietnamese Sandwich (best banh mi in the city!), or nestled into a cozy table at Charlie Was a Sinner (the vegan food is so good and creatively put together that your meat-loving friends won’t know the difference!). I could go on but I’ll save the rest of my recommendations for when we meet in person!