InFocus Mission Statement

To bring real estate into focus with Integrity, Honesty and Accountability. To provide the true meaning of professionalism to our Realtors and the clients we serve. To always do what is right, NOT what is easy. To be the best in the industry with our ethics and standards of practice and enhance the quality of life for those we connect with on a daily basis. Understanding that our client’s loyalty must be earned, we are committed to achieving that. We will dedicate our time to maximizing our value to each other and our clients and adapt to individual needs through our leadership and expertise in the industry. We will provide our Realtors and staff with a dynamic work environment, ongoing training and encourage growth both personally and professionally. Creating this environment will allow our clients to benefit from our Realtors knowledge, deal with Realtors of integrity and receive personalized service.

 

If you’re selling click here to learn more about the process and how to ensure your property sells quickly and for the highest price possible.

 

If you’re buying click here to discover how to find your next dream home and get it, without overpaying.

 

I’m the agent who specializes in this local market – and has the reputation for putting you, the client, first. Any time you want information on the market or are ready to buy or sell a property – contact me. There’s no obligation.

I’m looking forward to learning more about your needs and goals.

 

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Reasons to Consider Making a Move

When is it a good time to sell your property and buy another home? Whenever there’s a good reason to do so! There are many things that may motivate you to consider making a move. For example: Your current home no longer meets your needs. You may have more space than you ...

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Be a Savvy Home Viewer

The last thing you want to experience after purchasing a home is “buyer’s regret”. That’s the sinking feeling you get when you realize, days or weeks later, that you may have made the wrong decision. Say, for example, you bought a home based on your first impressions. When you viewed it, ...

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What’s Great About your Community?

When potential buyers view your home, they are just as interested in the surrounding area as they are in the property itself. So, before listing your home on the market, it makes sense to think about your community and its key characteristics. Here’s a good way to do that: Imagine a relative ...

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The Problem with “Stuff”

The late comedian George Carlin used to have a routine called, “A place for my stuff.” He was referring to the idea that, besides being a place to sleep and eat, the purpose of a home is essentially to store all the stuff you accumulate over the years. That may or ...

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