Broker, NC REALTOR®
Originally from The North Shore of Oahu, known to some as the surf capital, I love the growth and possibility in Charlotte. The city is booming and you feel alive here. Charlotte is a thriving city, and I’m honored to be here during this important time in the Queen City.
I attended college at Hawaii Pacific University and majored in anthropology/sociology with a minor in literature. Before I embarked on a career in real estate, I was a tennis instructor for 18 years and a flight attendant for two years.
I received my real estate license in 2015 when I lived in Utah. I always loved real estate and interior design and décor, and I realized I could combine the two passions into one career. I’ve helped many builders/flippers choose interior finishes and color, lighting selections to help them attract buyers based on the demographics of the subject properties. I know that the little details are important to attract buyers, and my interior design experience sets me apart.
In addition to being an agent, I have been an investor specializing in rehabbing homes, and I’ve developed a network of skilled contractors. In 2016, I founded Own Real Estate, LLC to connect the public with skilled and trustworthy contractors. My mission is to educate homeowners about the importance of maintaining their investment.
Savvy + Co. Real Estate has top-notch marketing for listings, beautiful branding, and great people, and I knew I wanted to be part of the best team in Charlotte. Savvy + Co., in my opinion, is the best. Growth and development are extremely important to me, and the team at Savvy + Co. believes this as much as I do.
I currently live in the South Park area. The areas I currently serve are Myers Park, Madison Park, Sedgefield, Montclaire, Starmount, Dilworth, South End, NoDa, and Plaza Midwood.
With my experience in renovations and interior decorating, I help my clients see the potential of a home. Sometimes all you need is a different perspective to see the possibilities. I love helping clients find and create their “happy place.”