My love of houses, DIY projects, and design began when I was young. We moved a lot growing up…always into fixer uppers. I watched my mom turn these houses (with holes in the roof, squirrels living in the attic, weird/non-functional spaces, etc.) into something beautiful and unique with a lot of hard work. Since then, I’ve wanted to flip houses myself and gain a better understanding of the real estate market. What better way to do that than to become a realtor? 

I love looking at houses, imagining what they could be and figuring out what it would take to get them there. Pair my love of houses with being a huge people person and real estate is my perfect match. 

I believe in the power of open and honest communication, developing lasting relationships, maintaining a strong attention to detail, and being extremely conscientious. These assets set me up to be a great realtor and someone who will always have your best interests at heart. I also look forward to the challenge of finding someone the “perfect” house for them.

While I’m active throughout the entire Twin Cities area, my favorite places to shop for houses are Saint Louis Park, Minneapolis and Edina.

Outside of real estate, my interests include antiquing, thrifting, staging, interior design consulting, IKEA hacking, refinishing furniture, and rearranging furniture in my living room.

If I could live anywhere in the world, you’d find me in a big old estate somewhere in the French countryside. I would love to live in something with a story to tell, lots of history, tons of detail and interesting architecture. 

When I’m not realtoring, I’m always on the hunt for new restaurants, bars, events, and fun or different things to do around the Twin Cities. I love being out and about and meeting new people, so if you have any questions or just want to chat, I’d love to grab a cup of coffee and help in any way I can!

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