I love Oregon Real Estate. I’m privileged to partner with amazing clients on their journey to discover the perfect home for their family. Although there are a lot of great agents, I feel my commitment to open communication, industry expertise, local market knowledge and a desire to cultivate longterm relationships, ensures my clients the highest level of confidence and quality.
I specialize in the communities of West Linn, Lake Oswego, Oregon City and Tualatin. As a West Linn native, I’m passionate about introducing my clients to the communities I love! My real estate experience extends to both sides of the transaction, helping Buyers find their new homes and helping Sellers move on from their properties. I’ve also helped many clients with relocations. I may be 5’2 but I’m always ready to negotiate hard to make sure you always get the best possible terms.
I’m extremely fortunate to do what I love! Finding your next home should be an extremely exciting adventure and everything I do is to make the process as fun and seamless as possible!
On a personal note, I am the proud mother of two incredible kids. So when I’m not busy pulling up to homes for sale, you can usually catch me pulling up to soccer fields, baseball diamonds, or if I’m lucky, to Mount Hood to go snowboarding with the family. I also really enjoy volunteering in the West Linn School District and giving back to the Big Brother Big Sister organization.
If you need someone whose not just committed to finding your next home, but who’s dedicated to making the process stress free and who will fight hard to negotiate the best deal for your family, let’s grab coffee or a glass of wine – that’s always an option too!
•2162 Satter Street in West Linn
•3716 square feet
•Gourmet kitchen with wine fridge and Miele coffee maker built-in
•Large primary en suite
•Stunning views of the south valley and river
•Large garage with space for a gym or workshop
This home is a must-see! Click the link in my profile to see all the details, photos, videos, etc....
Making an entrance: An easy and fun way to add curb appeal to your home is painting the front door a contrasting color. When done right (i.e. choosing a tasteful color that coordinates with the rest of your exterior), a colorful front door can really be the touch that sets your home apart!
If you could paint your door any color, what would you choose? I personally love a black front door, but we’re getting wild, I might choose pink. Or yellow. Or green. Hard to decide!...
It’s National Coloring Day and we are delivering some special gift bags full of coloring supplies to celebrate! The dog days of summer are upon us and there’s nothing like a fresh, new coloring book and some colorful gel pens to spark creativity and pass the time!
Also, I recently heard about a fun app for road trips (or just a moment of creative relaxation) called Happy Color. It’s a digital color-by-number app. Let me know if you’ve tried anything similar in the comments. We’ve got a big road trip coming up and I’d love to know what apps, coloring or otherwise, that you recommend for passing the time! 💚...
Anyone else thinking about setting up a distance learning station in their home? It’s probably not a project we’ll tackle before school starts, with my oldest daughter getting married next week and my oldest son heading off to college, but maybe this winter it’ll slow down around here long enough to work on it.
Do you have a designated space for distance learning, or is your dining table going to work overtime like mine?...