In 2006, after a long and rewarding career in law enforcement, I retired and shortly after, moved with my family to Cary, NC. It became apparent that a second career was in order. One might ask – how does one go from law enforcement to real estate? Well the answer is simple. People. I love working with people. Law enforcement brings you in contact with people during some of the best of their times and the worst of their times. Real estate is quite similar. I have the joy of helping clients realize their dreams by purchasing their first homes, moving up to bigger homes, or by downsizing once the nest becomes empty. In this economy, I’ve also had to assist clients during their worst times when they were facing foreclosure. It brings me a sense of personal satisfaction to know that I’ve helped a family out of a tough situation.
Real estate allows me the opportunity to use the skills I attained during my prior profession- investigating any and everything about the home, paying attention to detail, teaching my clients about the process which helps to make my clients well-informed about their life changing decision. I love traveling with my family during my spare time as we explore new and exciting places. I have a B.S. degree in Management of Human Resources and a M.A in Criminology.