Washington is my home, I was born here and grew up in Kirkland. After getting married, my husband and I bought our first home together in Snohomish. I love living in a rural area surrounded by roosters, cows, horses, lamas, goats and most of all my five chickens. Gardening is a favorite pastime of mine and a good thing since we live on 5 acres. I also love baking and cooking especially with ingredients from my garden and orchard.
I attended Bellevue Community College, graduated from Seattle University and Bastyr University. Since 2003 I have been practicing as a Naturopathic Physician. I started my practice in downtown Kirkland where I opened my own clinic. After seven years and after we moved to Snohomish, I moved my practice to a home based practice. I love the flexibility and personalized service I am able to offer and so have my patients.
So why real estate? I love helping people and solving problems. Being a real estate broker, I qcan combine both. Our experience with our broker with our home purchase was not a good one. I learned a lot about what to do and what not to do and to always have the interests of your clients ahead of your own.
Some of my strengths as a Real Estate Broker are my attention to detail and organizational skills. I always strive to make your home buying and selling experience as stress free and streamlined as possible. Prompt communication is also another one of my strengths. I take pride in emailing or calling my clients back as soon as possible. When you have a question, you want an answer now, I know I do. Do I know everything, no, but I am not afraid to say so and then find the answer for you. As a colleague friend of mine says, "you are (I am) very direct." I am outgoing, friendly, and have a good sense of humor.
Whether it be your first home or possibly last, I would be happy to help you in your quest to find the perfect one.