After working in sales and marketing for 12 years, I stepped away from the workforce to raise my family. Since then I have moved to 5 different states across the country while accommodating my husband's career. Now that my children are older and my husband is retired, I am glad to say that we have chosen the Lake Norman area as home. Over the years I have worked with many Realtors on both the buying and selling side, and I truly appreciated all the help they've provided me, not only during the buying and selling process, but long afterwards. I now want to help others with the process since I know very well firsthand how stressful moving can be, especially with a family. I would love to be that one Realtor that truly helped you.
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