With parents in the real estate business, the value of home was instilled in me at an early age. Growing up in Westchester County, my home was located in a neighborhood of tree-lined streets, backyards and sidewalks. Almost everything we wanted or needed could be reached on foot, and we walked almost everywhere - school, the local grocery store, the ball field, the church and our friends’ houses. Home was, and is, more than just a place. It’s a feeling of comfort and community, well-being and belonging. Home is where we can be who we really are and share our lives with those we love.
What I most enjoy about real estate is the opportunity to connect and build relationships with people from all walks of life. Whether you’re selling a home you love or searching for the home of your dreams, you want an agent who instills confidence and trust. I'll do this by being a helpful and responsive partner throughout the transaction. Buyers and sellers have different needs and reasons for moving but one thing always holds true: Communication is key to a successful real estate transaction. From our first meeting, I'll make it my mission to listen and discover what's important to you, and to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible.
Prior to becoming a NYS-Licensed Real Estate Salesperson and Realtor®, I worked as an analyst and business writer in the construction machinery industry and in New York City’s publishing arena. Throughout the years, I’ve developed an ease with communication and technology, which are essential in today’s real estate practice. With the additional designation of CBR®, I have advanced training as a Certified Buyer’s Representative, allowing me to provide a greater level of service to my clients.
On a personal note, I’m a Rye resident and married to the town's long-time high school football coach, Dino Garr – whose coaching history is a legendary chapter in the Rye Garnets’ proud tradition. As you might guess, I’m a devoted fan of the team and can usually be found in the cheering section during football season. So if you’re ever around on a Friday night in the Fall, I hope you’ll stop by and say hello!