Appointments: Always flexible
My career wasn't always as a REALTOR. I worked in the medical field for more than 15 years. I studied nursing at the University of Connecticut and not only was I a nurse assistant but I also worked as a CPR instructor, EKG tech and an EMT in training. I just loved helping people; being with them through their ups and downs of healthcare.
After my dad retired from the military, he and my mom moved to Florida. I stayed in Connecticut to raise a family with my husband.
In 2004, we moved to Florida to be closer to my parents. I also wanted a career change because being in health care was both physically and mentally draining. I wasn't caring for people as much as I wanted to because the health care field started to become more of a numbers game, rather than about the people.
I chose to be a Realtor because to me, it was all about helping people, not with their health but with one of their biggest financial investment of their lives.
I knew with my background in helping others, this career change was a sure fit. Because having a trusting relationship with your Realtor who is hard working, honest, communicates with you on a regular basis and always has your back is very important when it comes to BUYING or SELLING your home.