I feel like Real Estate found me. Having always been very familiar with the industry because my family is so heavily involved, and being born and raised in Sandpoint, the fit was perfect. I started working as an assistant at Century 21 RiverStone in January of 2014. Being somewhat of a perfectionist, and wanting to provide the best service I could, I immediately began trying to learn everything I could - being 20 years old, I had a lot of learning to do. By August I knew I could see this being a long term calling, so I became licensed in Real Estate.
Since then, I have taken on much more responsibility within the company and worked my way up to a position of being the office’s Assistant Manager. Over the last couple of years, not only have I met some pretty wonderful people who’ve come through our office, but have developed some great friendships and had amazing opportunities to get to know the many Realtors at Century 21 RiverStone. I can honestly say this company sets the bar pretty high with the quality people we get to call our office agents.
Family does, and will always come first in my life. I am blessed to live in a town where a ten minute walk down the street might mean running into a cousin, aunt, parent, or any sort of “shirt-tail” relative. I have always been surrounded by family and I couldn’t ask for a better community for us all to be a part of. I have a beautiful, smart, spunky daughter who reminds me of myself more and more each day. She has taught me that every mushy, cliché thing parents say about their children is entirely true. She really is my whole world.
I always love to find ways to keep myself occupied. I love to paint, draw and work on whatever project interests me that particular day. Being in this area, I have also been blessed with the ability to enjoy so many seasonal recreations. I have spent countless summer hours riding horses, boating, knee-boarding, or jet skiing on the lake. During the winter I find myself in the snow building snowmen with my lively daughter, and am still trying to get the hang of snowboarding up on Schweitzer. Living in Sandpoint, the options for fun are endless.