Thank you for visiting my profile and getting to know me. I have specialized in South Charlotte, Matthews, Mint Hill, Weddington, Waxhaw, Indian Trail and the other small towns of Union County for over 30 years. I can walk in your shoes whether you are a buyer or a seller. Every year half of my real estate practice is devoted to helping buyers find the right home and neighborhood and half is devoted to helping sellers get the greatest reward from selling their real estate. I thrive on helping newcomers to the Charlotte area find the best place to live. My goal is to make the transition to a new town and new neighborhood as pleasant and easy as possible. Request a free relocation package about living in Charlotte and its small towns here.
I am committed to giving you superior professional service. Some recent awards include
named one of Charlotte's Best Real Estate Agents in Client Satisfaction for 2007-2015. This designation, based on consumer research, is awarded to fewer than 7% of all Charlotte agents.
multi-year winner of Top Agent in Allen Tate Matthews Branch award.
recipient of 2013 Allen Tate President's Club Award for over $125,000,000 in lifetime closed sales.
Recipient of Barbara Tate Legendary Service Award
I can offer you expert knowledge of the Charlotte area as a licensed real estate broker in North Carolina and South Carolina. Visit my custom website Carolina Small Town Living for more information about Charlotte and its small towns. Get the latest area real estate news at my Carolinas Real Estate Talk blog.
My husband and I moved to the Matthews area over thirty years ago and have enjoyed watching Charlotte and the surrounding areas grow into the dynamic region it is today. When I am not selling real estate, you'll find me working in my garden, taking horticultural classes and enjoying outdoor activities.
I would love to be your guide! Please contact me for a customized relocation package, a custom listings webpage with daily updates, or a competitive market analysis of your current property.
Licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina