I've called Knoxville my home for 16 years. My first experience working with a real estate agent in Tennessee wasn't the best, but then I found an amazing agent with Coldwell Banker Wallace, which is what prompted me to become a Realtor. I want my clients to have the same experience I had the second time, not the first. Because I understand the home buying and selling process, I am able to better serve my clients and help guide them through this process so they can move to the next stage of their lives with as little stress as possible.

    I am married, and have two children and one grandchild. I love reading, cooking, and reaping the harvest from my garden. If you're considering moving, I'd be happy to serve as your trusted advisor.

    My Experience

    • Million Dollar Seller in 2020
    • Four years serving buyers and sellers
    • Member Knoxville Association of Realtors (KAAR): Provides continuing educatiion for real estate agents in Knoxville Area
    • Graduated from T.R.E.E.S. real estate school

    My Credentials and Memberships

    • Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR)
    • Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES)
    • Smart Home Technology Certified
    • Member Knoxville Multiple Listing Service
    • Member Knoxville Association of Realtors
    • Member Tennessee Association of Realtors
    • Member National Association of Realtors

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    June is National Homeownership Month!

    June has been designated as National Homeownership Month, and this topic is near to our hearts at Coldwell Banker Wallace because it's such an important part of what we do. We've been guiding East Tennessee home since 1936 and it is our honor to play a role in this journey for our clients. According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), most Americans consider homeownership to be the single best long-term investment. A primary residence was named as the largest asset among househo...
    May 31, 2022 Real Estate News & Trends

    How to Display the American Flag at Your Home

    June 14th is Flag Day and if you need a refresher on how to display the American Flag at your home or business, here are some great tips! Traditional guidelines call for displaying the flag in public only from sunrise to sunset. However, the flag may be displayed at all times if it's illuminated during darkness. The flag should not be subject to weather damage, so it should not be displayed during rain, snow and wind storms unless it is an all-weather flag. The flag should be displayed often, bu...
    May 31, 2022 Lifestyle

    Safety Tips for a Home Workshop

    Nothing beats having a workshop at home. Whether you're into DIY projects or just need a place to do those quick fix-it jobs, an at home workshop can be an invaluable asset. But it's important to remember some basic safety guidelines if you decide to build a workshop at home. Accidents happen, but you can greatly reduce their likelihood by following some simple rules for safety. Here are four basic tips for keeping your workshop safe.1.) Protective Gear-Always wear the right gear to protect your...
    Feb 24, 2022 Lifestyle

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