I received my real estate license in 2002 and my broker’s license in 2005. Throughout my career, I have dedicated myself to becoming an expert in the industry. My attention to detail, strong negotiation skill set, and people skills are an unparalleled asset. I have built an incredible network of contacts that provide assistance when it comes to any real estate transaction, making the process seamless. I’m currently applying my knowledge to my role as Managing Broker for the PureWest Real Estate Polson office, where I oversee a dynamic team of 6 experienced agents.
I am actively involved in my industry. I served for 7 years on the Board of Directors for the Northwest Montana Association of Realtors, as well as serving on several other volunteer committees. I have been the President of our NMAR Charitable Foundation. I also served on the Professional Development Committee at the state level for the Montana Association of Realtors. I was honored to have been nominated for Realtor of the Year award. I co-host the monthly local Realtor SUM (Step-Up-Meeting) luncheons. This professional involvement allows me to maintain an elite level of knowledge.
I am heavily involved in my community. Throughout the years, I have coached softball, volleyball, and attempted to coach soccer where my lack of expertise left me constantly yelling “spread out” and “pass it”. I am also a long-standing Rotary and Kiwanis member. This community involvement is a key aspect in my commitment to building “Relationships for Life”.
On a personal note, my one and only child attended the University of Montana where my family enthusiastically cheered for the “Griz”. I have an amazing husband of 25 years who is a Captain with the Montana Highway Patrol. I have two dogs that are burdened with filling the “empty nest” void, and a cat that could care less. During the summer months, I spend my time floating the river with friends and family and hiking in the Missions. I typically leave for a week during the winter months, taking a cruise to explore what tropical life would be like, but I always return to Polson! There really is “no place like home”.
I moved to Polson 17 years ago. I love living on the south end of Flathead Lake at the base of the Mission Mountain Range. My ultimate goal is to introduce my clients to this elevated Montana lifestyle. Let me put my skills to work for you!