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Welcome to my website where it’s all about giving your dream a home. Whether you’re selling or buying a home, just thinking about it, or looking for a game plan to help you get ready to buy or sell in the future… you’ve found the right website. 

Who am I? I am a wanna be Top Chef who is all about being positive. I love my fur babies as much as my human babies, I have a sports obsessed husband and have seriously considered moving into a Hobby Lobby.

That is me in one brief description. A home Selling Expert who loves to get my Clients in the home of their dreams with as little stress as possible- while cooking up feasts and chasing after my dogs. 

Call or text me to set up a time to see about finding the home of your dreams… baked goods included! 


 Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist Training

I am pleased to announce I have added another layer of training to help my Clients with their real estate needs.

I have become a Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist.

This means I can act as an adviser during the selling process, helping avoid any potential disputes.

It is important to have a trusted adviser during such a difficult process and I am here to help lend support during the probate process.


Housing Inventory Increases as House Prices Moderate

 After years of an inventory shortage in the housing market, conditions are finally improving.

This all adds up to buyers having more choices when looking for homes. Yet sellers will also have to adapt to the new market conditions, as an increase in inventory often leads to a slowdown in price growth. According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors, “When placing their home on the market, home sellers need to be very realistic and aware of the current conditions.”


Sales Forecast Existing-home sales saw a slight decline of 0.4% in April. Of the four major housing regions in the country, two—the Northeast and South— reported a small decline in sales, while in the Midwest sales remained unchanged from the month before. The West, meanwhile, reported gains. Yun expects to see growth in sales in the coming months. “First, we are seeing historically low mortgage rates combined with a pent-up demand to buy, so buyers will look to take advantage of these conditions.”

In addition, gains on the job creation  front will lead to an increase in wages, which will help offset increases in home prices and improve affordability. From “For Sale” to “Sold” One sign of the pent-up demand among buyers is the short amount of time homes are remaining on the market. In April, the average house took only 24 days to sell; this is significantly less time than the 36 days and 26 days properties remained on market in March 2019 and April 2018, respectively. Fifty-three percent of all homes sold in April were sold in less than a month.
Regional Sales Breakdown Northeast – Existing-home sales annual rate of 640,000; a decrease of 4.5% from both March 2019 and April 2018. Midwest – Existing-home sales annual rate of 1.17 million; unchanged from March 2019, but a decrease of 7.9% from April 2018. South – Existing-home sales annual rate of 2.27 million; a decrease of 0.4% from March 2019 and 1.7% from April 2018. West – Existing-home sales annual rate of 1.11 million; an increase of 1.8% from March 2019, but a decrease of 5.9% from April 2018.