Growing up on a horse farm in Wellington County has given me a great familiarity and appreciation for the area.
When it came time to choose a university, like many others, I started off by looking at schools that would get me as far away from home as possible. It didn’t take long for me to realize that the school for me was right in my own backyard. In the community that I had grown to love.
After graduating from the University of Guelph with a Biological Science degree and a minor in Business Administration, I found myself working in the agricultural industry as a research assistant. The organization and attention to detail required in this field aided in preparing me for the exciting world of real estate sales. There’s nothing better than getting to help people find homes in the area that I couldn’t bring myself to leave and the area that I proudly call home.
My approach is all about you. Finding out what you need and want with regards to home ownership is crucial. However, it’s not everything. I also place a lot of emphasis on building a relationship and mutual trust. The end result is important, but getting to know you helps me to make the process as stress-free as possible.
- With a strong background in science, researching is basically second nature to me. This leads to a greater understanding of market trends, recent local sales and results in you making a more informed decision.
- When buying or selling a home, things can get pretty hectic. If you want everything to go smoothly, you have to have a plan.
- When I was 7 years old, after my first season playing hockey, I was awarded the ‘Most Dedicated Player’ medal. I didn’t know exactly what that meant back then, but I won a medal so I was happy. Now it means that you have a Realtor® committed to helping you achieve your home ownership goals.