I have been providing excellent client service for over 30 years, although not always in real estate. I started my work career after college in the restaurant business working all positions and then rising to Director of Operations of a national restaurant company. After leaving the restaurant business, I worked in real estate for 11 years with Windermere while I lived in Seattle, using my deep service background to help people find their dream home, anticipating questions and needs, and making transactions as seamless as possible.
While in Seattle, I took a real estate hiatus and followed one of my other passions, health, and fitness. I opened and successfully operated 3 Strength and Conditioning gyms, which I then sold when we moved to Bozeman.
My husband and I moved to Bozeman in 2017. We had been looking for a smaller place to live after Seattle, one with a sense of community, friendly people, four-season opportunity to be outside, mountain accessibility, a close airport, and less traffic than Seattle. We have been so happy here and though the traffic on 19th can be a little much during the summer, Bozeman has met all of our criteria and then some.
I am thrilled to continue my real estate career in Bozeman. Bozeman and its environs are a dynamic and constantly shifting market. Whether you are moving to Bozeman looking for a place to enjoy our beautiful outdoors or looking to sell your current home and purchase a new home to fit your next stage of life, I am happy to help and believe my concierge service approach to your transaction will give you confidence and keep the process low stress.
I will be there for you!
Thank you. Give me a call or send me a text or email and let’s talk real estate!
I want to hear your dreams and your reality so we can come up with a winning strategy.
I go to work for you.
It's not over 'til it's over, but I will be there for you all the way!
In the last 10 years, Bozeman has seen some of the highest home appreciation rates in the nation. Bozeman real estate appreciated 79.47% over the last ten years, which is an average annual home appreciation rate of 6.02%, placing Bozeman in the top 10% nationally for housing appreciation.
2000 or Newer
1970 to 1999
1940 to 1969
Small Apartment Buildings
135 E Main St.
Bozeman, MT 59715