Homeownership remains the cornerstone of building household wealth. Helping people to partake in the opportunities that home-ownership affords is a gratifying experience for me. Having worked as a teacher and program director for 18 years before becoming a real estate agent, I believe, has helped me to be particularly suited to guiding people through the process of buying or selling a home. Negotiating one?s way through the current real estate market takes knowledge and skill. I try to make the process an interesting, productive and enjoyable opportunity for both buyers and sellers.
As a Roslindale homeowner for the past 21 years, I have enjoyed the many benefits of living in the Jamaica Plain/Roslindale area. The Arnold Arboretum, Franklin Park, and Jamaica Pond have been delightful spaces to enjoy on foot, skis or bike. The proximity to downtown Boston and major roads out of the city, and the Commuter Rail in Roslindale Square have made this a particularly convenient spot to live. My neighbors come from a variety of ethnic, racial and economic backgrounds, and the many restaurants and businesses in the area reflect and celebrate this diversity. If you are thinking of buying a home in the area, I would be happy to familiarize you with the various neighborhoods, as we search together for the home that is right for you. Likewise, if you already own a home, and are thinking of moving on, I would love to talk to you about how I can facilitate the sale of your home. I believe I can advise you expertly, handle all the many details, and generally make the process relatively stress free for you so that you can concentrate on achieving your real estate goals.