I’ve been in the Central Texas area since childhood due to my mother’s PCS to Fort Hood, TX. I was raised to be respectful, kind, and courteous to others. I have younger siblings whom I adore and strive every day to be a positive role model. During my childhood years, I had the pleasure and opportunity to experience multiple and unique cultures contributing to my diverse nature and adaptability to all – a common trait for military families. My mother, father, aunts, uncles, and grandfather all served our country. I made the choice to do the same and joined the U.S. Air Force. After completing my tour in Iraq and fulfilling my enlistment, I had a desire to give back, so I found the best way to help and have a major impact.
Why Real Estate?
After experiencing a negative transaction from a property management company and being treated with much disrespect, not to mention witnessing how others were treated – in the same way or worse – expedited my choice of going into real estate. Not only would I have the opportunity to give back and deliver exceptional customer service, I also would be in a position to assist those who felt as if they had been taken advantage of or felt like they couldn’t afford to live the “Dream” of owning a home!
I attended Central Texas College here in Killeen, during which I excelled academically maintaining a position on the dean’s list. I received a certificate of completion in Business Management, specializing as a Real Estate Sales Agent. I’m continuously striving to make myself more valuable to my client(s) and my business by contributing over 100+ hours of continued education classes/seminars each year. The only thing consistent is change.
My goal is to bring every client exceptional customer service, restore faith in the real estate process and in Realtors. I strive to provide my client(s) a stress-free, seamless transition whether buying, selling, investing, or just early-bird browsing. To you the client, I have the privilege of assisting. This will be a very important decision for you and your family. It doesn’t have to be an avoided or dreaded process. It should be an exciting and memorable occasion; and by working together, this is easily achievable.