An experienced, Colorado Realtor since 2001, I strive every day to be someone who rises above adversity to reach new heights/challenges. Partially-paralyzed in a car accident, I’m now a self-described “Wheeltor”, pursuing my real estate career using a wheelchair, technology, and the help of my husband, Gary, and my service dog, Mara. A REALTOR® with RE/MAX Nexus since 2015, I’m the proud owner of the 2017 RE/MAX “Above the Crowd” Award, and the RE/MAX “Executive Club” Awards in 2018/19.
A Northern CO. resident since 1992, I know the individual markets well. Beginning my car career as a buyer’s agent for new construction, I’m now proficient in the buying/selling of existing residential homes, town homes/condos, farms/ranches, multi-family, land and some commercial.
The injury I sustained has allowed me to add another dimension to my real estate career because I better understand the unique needs that people, such as myself, may have. I have seen both sides of the coin, as a Realtor, and as a person with a disability seeking affordable, accessible housing in Northern CO., and, thus, aim to increase awareness of the issues faced by those with disabilities when it comes to buying/selling a home. I volunteer on the Board of Directors of the Atlantis Community Foundation in Denver, a 30-year nonprofit dedicated to the creation/management of housing for people with disabilities in CO. Together, with a team of others, we are building both affordable and universally-designed housing for the community.
I love practicing real estate and I truly enjoy getting to know and understand my clients and their needs. Daily, I find purpose in serving others, living by the “golden rule”, and practicing kindness and integrity My mission is to uphold the highest service standards of my profession, offering prompt, informative communication and a thorough insight to the real estate process so my clients understand their transaction.
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