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Experienced Realtor with a demonstrated history of working in the Real Estate industry. I joined this business with one goal. That is to help people find the home of their dreams. As a Realtor with TK Realty, I’m dedicated to doing so. Whether you are buying or selling a home or just curious about the local market, I would love to offer my support and services. I am an expert in the local community — both as an agent and a neighbor — and can help guide you through our local market. With access to a worldwide network, exceptional marketing strategies, and cutting-edge technology, I work hard to make your real estate experiences memorable and enjoyable.
I look forward to the opportunity to work with you. Please, feel free to contact me!
Unlike pre-owned home sales, new construction brought my business to new light. These are the skills I learned in the process:
Establish clear communication: Communication is key to a successful home-building project. Be sure to communicate your needs, preferences, and concerns clearly and regularly with your builder.
Understand the building process: Make sure you have a good understanding of the building process, including timelines, milestones, and expectations. This will help you manage your expectations and make informed decisions throughout the project.
Be involved in the process: Stay involved in the building process as much as possible. Attend regular meetings with your builder, visit the construction site frequently, and ask questions if you don't understand something.
Stay organized: Keep all of your building-related documents, including contracts, plans, and permits, organized and easily accessible. This will help you stay on top of the project and avoid any misunderstandings or delays.
Be flexible: Home-building projects can be unpredictable, so it's important to be flexible and adaptable. Be prepared to make changes to your plans if necessary, and work closely with your builder to find solutions to any challenges that arise.