As a Denver Realtor and writer, I am a lightning rod and a grounding cord. For some I inspire change. For others I help them navigate the changes life has brought them. Either way, I want to move you.
My move from a Spanish adobe in Los Angeles to a brick bungalow in Denver was a terrific decision. Wanting to raise my sons in a smaller city where we could live an active lifestyle in an urban environment, I found our Congress Park neighborhood had everything. The tree-lined streets with their beautiful Craftsman bungalows and a warm sense of community brought us a cherished circle of friends. I fell in love with Denver pushing a stroller up and down her sidewalks, in the shade of her trees & the swings of her parks. I fell in love with the people, the activities and architecture, the culture and the theatre.
Finding my passion for real estate in 2005 and had a great few years before the market crashed. This gave me an opportunity to help so many people avoid foreclosure, find affordable homes and build their real estate investment portfolios. I knew that if I worked hard I would be even more prepared when the market turned around and that I’d have a much larger skill set. Real estate blends and balances my strengths and interests. It is a highly creative and proactive business which allows me to work closely with my clients, guiding their move from a dream into reality. Working for twenty-plus years in all aspects of the entertainment industry was a great training ground for my life today. There are many similarities between the two industries. In the theatre, you work to bring a group of people into the same vision for a successful opening while in real estate, my work is to manage the many details and personalities involved in a transaction toward a successful closing.
When I’m not selling houses you’ll find me hanging out with my two sons (when they let me) or ensconced in Denver’s Creative Community as an actress, writer, director and teacher. I am a member of the Denver Center Theatre Company, have worked with Curious Theatre, the Aurora Fox, have had my plays produced by Paragon Theatre Ensemble, worked with amazingly talented writers in the Telluride Playwrights Festival, contributed my time to committees, charities and cultural institutions and I blog about these things for The Huffington Post.
Mothers and other artists were my first friends in Colorado; we’ve grown deep roots and created wonderful relationships. It is a life of great purpose and creativity, grounded in community and I thank mine for being the heart of my heart and the foundation of my success.
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, I hope you’ll let me move you.
Oh, and see what the FANS have to say.