I am from Cleveland, TN and have been in real estate since October 2020. I chose real estate as a career because I like having the opportunity to work with new and current residents in the area I love and grew up in. I am a proud affiliate of the Greater Chattanooga Realtors Leadership Academy and primarily work with residential properties.
Before working in real estate, I was a project manager where I learned how to keep clients and all of their tasks on schedule to close on time. I chose Real Estate Partners after meeting with broker, Diane Burke, after which I knew it would be the perfect fit for me. I love that Real Estate Partners is locally owned and take pride in working at the top independent brokerage in our area. I value being able to use my negotiation skills to my client’s advantage and strive to treat all people with equal respect.
I enjoy spending my free time exploring new breweries, going to Atlanta Braves baseball games, and meeting new people. As a Chattanooga native I love going to Chattanooga Lookouts games, Chickamauga Lake, various hiking locations, and exploring new restaurants.
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We operate with the belief that dream homes belong to all of us and work with everyone, including first-time homebuyers, investors, downsizers, and relocators.
I chose to work with Real Estate Partners Chattanooga for my client’s benefit. Being backed by a homegrown and local real estate company that has been a marketplace leader for over 15 years gives me the strong connections, leading-edge marketing and technology, and support that ensures I can do my best work for you.
Back in 1910, following an issue from the judge to close all Chattanooga saloons (even before national Prohibition), Hamilton County Sheriff Samuel Conner foreshadowed the speakeasy in Chattanooga: “the sale of whisky in this town, except on the sly, is at an end.”
And on the sly it was.
So sly, in fact,…