Moving to Corvallis in 2005, I attended Oregon State’s College of Forestry. Working in restaurants while attending school, upon receiving my degree, I discovered that I was more interested in talking to people than measuring trees. My past experience, in these social settings, gave me the ideal platform to communicate and socialize with incredible people, from every part of the Corvallis community and beyond. I am proud and value each step it took to achieve my goal of where I am today.
People are very important to me, I care about who they are and what they need, which helps me perform my job well. Having a young family, I know how important it was to find the right home for us. I have lived in Willamette Landing for 13 years and genuinely want to see my clients, in that same way, find a home that will serve their needs, now and into the future. Whether I am helping a family, like my own, find the space where their children will grow up or helping a client downsize for the future, each individual situation is extremely gratifying, knowing that I have helped them reach their goal.
I will always make myself available, as much as possible, to my clients giving them the tools needed to discover the property that lines up with their idea of perfection. I am not interested in high-pressure sales or hurrying people through the process. I will take as much time as needed, allowing each client the opportunity to find their perfect home or property. Everyone deserves that simple courtesy.
Raising a family in Corvallis, I am fully vested in my community. You can often find me walking around Willamette Park with my children or taking them for a couple of afternoon games at Highland Bowl. People I work with are neighbors and friends. In a small tight-knit community, like Corvallis, we are all neighbors and I hope that after working together we will also be friends.
My family and I moved to the Willamette Valley in 2014 from Central Oregon. My husband, Zach, who accepted a public school teaching job and our son, Jeremy, who attended Oregon State University, brought us to this beautiful valley. Prior to diving into a career in Real Estate I was an Escrow Officer for 10 years, both in Central Oregon, and in Lebanon Oregon when moving over the hill. Having the knowledge and experience I have in title and escrow, I am well equipped to guide each client through the closing process, all the way through signing.
I have always enjoyed helping others during the home buying and selling process, from the title/escrow side, and felt that it was the right time for me to expand my horizons and learn more on how best to assist clients in the journey of finding that perfect home or property. Finding the one-of-a-kind property to fit a one-of-a-kind client is my goal and I will work relentlessly until it is achieved.
I am very excited that my new role gives me the opportunity to become more involved in my community. I am looking forward to attending neighbor meetings and community events. Meeting new people and sharing ideas. I have recently joined the local humane society fundraising committee and look forward to the work and fun to come. I am passionate about all animals. They simply make our world a better place to live. Giving back to them just makes sense to me.
Thank you for taking the time to read about me. Please feel free to reach out to me so I can learn more about you and your needs. I look forward to it!
I moved to the Willamette Valley in 2014 to attend Oregon State University in pursuit of a degree in speech communication. I chose this degree because I have always been a very open, honest, and social person. Upon receiving my degree, I chose real estate because I knew I would enjoy a career which allowed me to use my knowledge and passion for communication daily. I am privileged and truly thankful for the opportunity to guide people through a very exciting and rewarding time in their life.