I experienced the magical pull of these mountains when I moved to Hendersonville in 2012. I am originally from the South Carolina Upstate, attending Converse College for my undergraduate degree and later studying at Western Carolina University for my Master of Social Work. These mountains are home to me.
My husband is a Hendersonville local, and in our free time, you can find us exploring this region through hiking (Max Patch is a favorite destination!), savoring local cuisine at a restaurant in downtown Hendersonville, romping around with our boxer dog fur-child, hosting dinner parties, and spending time with friends and family. We love to travel, but I have discovered that no place compares to the beauty of these mountains and our friendly Southern culture.
My experience as a mental health counselor and social worker for 10 years provided me with the skills to truly support, listen to, and advocate for you as we navigate each step of a real estate transaction together. I absolutely love working with people and assisting them in achieving their goals!
As a homeowner who has been through the buying and selling process in Western North Carolina, I understand how these experiences can feel at times like an emotional roller coaster ride. I am dedicated to providing excellence in your real estate transaction through timely communication and detail-oriented service.
My husband is a licensed general contractor, so I have seeped inside his world of construction, remodeling, and design. Together, we also run a short-term vacation rental. Earning my real estate license was a natural next step and is very much a continuation of my vocation to show up for and serve my clients, knowing that no challenge is too difficult. I truly enjoy building relationships and using my resolute work ethic to facilitate your real estate transaction.
Service Areas & Specialties
- Converse College
- Western Carolina University
- Performing Arts
- Dog/Cat Lover
- Personal Wellness
- Hiking and Camping
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Is there a best time of the year to buy a house?
When it comes to buying a home, there are pros and cons for each season. Generally, the best season to buy a home is in late summer or fall. There are still plenty of homes for sale, but without the intense competition found during spring. Sellers are also known for being a bit more flexible this time of the year. Zillow reports that the highest number of listings with at least one price reduction are found August–September. However, the deeper buyers venture into fall, the less choice is available. If you value choice, and you want more buyers competing for the home you are leaving, spring could be your best season. Ultimately, the best time to buy a home is when you’re financially ready to do so.
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