When I was in college, my husband had said to me, “You should become a realtor®.” I was young and had other ideas about my future. I graduated from the University of Texas with a teaching degree and taught high school and eventually taught professionals at the University of Miami who were preparing to be certified in their respective fields of medicine.
Realizing that we were spending most of our lives at our jobs and not together, my husband and I decided we would open up a business so we could work as a team. Eventually, this would lead us to a real estate office where I realized that what my husband had seen in me a couple of decades earlier made sense. I love being a realtor®.
I got my real estate license in 1998 and found great satisfaction in helping people locate that special home where they start making memories and establishing traditions for their family.
Giving sellers confidence as they go through major changes in their life is also important. We work together to make their home the most attractive to buyers, also listing it according to market conditions of their neighborhood for maximum return.
A lot has happened since the day my husband said “You should become a realtor®,” I formally finished my education (we never stop learning), had a family, and now our three children have their family, and we enjoy ten grandchildren.
My husband and I still work together, he handles the technical aspect of the business (which has become a must in this industry) and I get to spend time with our clients—most of my clients have become great friends.
My husband’s parents went overseas when he was small, and he is bilingual. Steven is fluent in Spanish and is a simultaneous translator at the church where we are very involved.
I would love to have the privilege in assisting you with the sale or purchase of your home