My Services


My clients always come first. Honesty, transparency, and quality work are the pillars of my business. I care about the people I am helping, whether it is for buying or selling, and will do the best I can for them.

 

If you are thinking of buying, I'll help you find the best home for your needs, making sure I'm asking for feedback throughout the process and ensuring you understand all of the important information along the way.

 

If you want to sell, know that getting the house sold for the best price under the current market is my top priority. I make sure I have strong communication with you every step of the way about marketing progress, market trends/pricing, and buyer interest so that you're fully informed throughout the process.

 

If you want to know more about how I work, give me a call! I would love to sit down with you and chat about it. If you're selling, I can include a free Comparative Market Analysis to give you an indication of what your home is worth in today's market.



 

About Me



I'm a Prince George local, born and raised. A scholarship prompted my move in 2012 to Burnaby, where I spent 4 years studying for my Bachelor of Arts. I graduated with Distinction with a major in archaeology, a Certificate in Cultural Resource Management, and a B1 Language Certificate in German. As part of my studies I participated in two field schools in the lower mainland getting hands on archaeological experience and a connection with the local history - both experiences being the highlight of my degree.


After graduation I moved back to Prince George to be with my friends and family. I worked in the Cultural Resource Management industry doing archaeological work in northern B.C. over the next two summers. I came to realize, however, that my personal relationships were still my top priority and that a re-focus was needed to adjust my life to my new goals and values.

This connection to friends, family, and my hometown community is what brought me into choosing a career in real estate (it didn't hurt that I think touring houses is fun - my first memory of house hunting is voluntarily tagging along with a friend's family when I was 9 while they looked for a new house). With my experiences I've come to truly value the concept of a "home", and how the physical environment that one lives in significantly impacts their life and the person they are. I want to help others find and create that physical environment that will allow them to be their best selves and who they want to be. This is a very important decision in people's lives, and I want to be a positive part of that process for them.