Originally from Worcester, Massachusetts my love affair with real estate began when I was 19 and owned my first triple-decker.
Being a landlady at 19 quickly taught me the importance of learning DIY skills to turn an old junky three-decker into a place someone would love to call home. There is nothing more satisfying to me than watching a property transform. Since then, I have been fascinated by the idea of home and the aesthetics that appeal to people and warm a space up. What is it about a space makes a person feel at home? Is it an open floor plan? A garden? Hardwood floors or a south facing kitchen? It is different for everyone and I would love the opportunity to help you find it.
I graduated from Umass Amherst with a degree in Sustainable Living and Natural Health and naturally moved to Portland to find my people.
Waiting tables and bartending all over Portland for the last 10 years has allowed me to really get to know many of the neighborhoods this beautiful city has to offer. I’ve lived in and rented houses all over Alberta, Concordia, Hawthorne and Division until buying a house and settling in Kenton two years ago.
If I’m not working you can bet that I’m somewhere in Oregon thrifting, at the river, working on my house, or catching happy hour with friends.