- 294 E. Brown Street
Birmingham, MI 48009
Welcome to my Website
Thank you for visiting my website. I have lived and played in Michigan all my life and believe that working with a professional, with exceptional knowledge of the area, can provide a competitive edge.
As a former High School teacher, I am passionate about keeping myself and my clients up to date about current market trends, and providing the tools necessary for solid informed decisions. Whether buying or selling, or doing both, you can expect highly responsive, professional service to help you achieve your goals.
Somebody to Love
B.A. University of Michigan
M.S. Eastern Michigan- Psychology
Current resident of Beverly Hills and grew up in Birmingham.
Graduate U. of Michigan.
Over 25 years of sales and marketing experience local and National companies
Over 12 years Real Estate experience
Beverly Hills Village Women's Club
U of M alumni Association
Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce
Detroit Art Institute
I am a passionate gardener and enjoy kayaking, hiking, travel and words with friends.
Short Sale Specialist
Hour Media Real Estate All Star
CBWM International Sterling Society
CBWM Circle of Excellence
Member- National Association of Realtors
Member- Michigan Association of Realtors
Member- Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors
Extensive sales and marketing experience
Real Estate Happenings
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