Why did I choose a career in real estate? I’m often asked this and my answer is always the same: It is an honor for my clients to trust me with such an important life event and to be able to offer my expertise through it. The first time I purchased a home was fun, rewarding and stressful. I had a great REALTOR® who created such a memorable experience that I wanted to be able to share the same with others. ¬From assisting first time homebuyers to facilitating the purchase of a $3 million residence, I enjoy it all. Earlier in my real estate career, I was the manager of the Long Realty Sahuarita office. Through this experience, I was able to gain exceptional knowledge of Tucson and Southern Arizona and an even deeper appreciation for the business.
I believe in the importance of being involved in the community and over the years have served in many positions that have helped me become a better REALTOR®: - Past President of the Long Realty Cares Foundation - Past Chair UA Art Museum Leadership/1954 Circle - Past President of the Arizona Daily Star Sportman’s Fund - Past Vice Chair Ott Family YMCA Board of Managers - President of the Leadership Group, 1954 Circle University of Arizona Museum of Art - Received my CRS, Associate Broker and ABR designations - Current volunteer with the Community Foundation of Southern Arizona’s property committee As a native Tucsonan, I love the area where I live and work. The diverse culture and impressive food scene makes Tucson a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Collecting Western and American Indian Art and hiking the beautiful landscape of Southern Arizona have been hobbies for many years, and what better place to enjoy those than the Southwest? Tucson’s proximity to the mountains and the vast Theater and Art scene makes this such a unique and special place to call home. If you’re interested in making a home, I’d be honored to help.