Licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission #510865 | Texas law requires all real estate licensees give the linked information to prospective clients.
I have been licensed since 2003 and assisted buyers and sellers full time for many years. I began my career in real estate as an assistant and became a licensed buyer’s agent with Keller Williams when embarking upon sales. Soon after I branched out on my own with a service for fellow Realtors offering assistance during the closing of transactions on a per file basis. Gary Gentry, one of the very first KW agents in the franchise hired me as his closing coordinator around 2008 and I successfully negotiated over 400 option periods with The Gentry Group. I gathered new negotiating insights and an incredible amount of knowledge in understanding the mechanics major and minor of a home, and how to help buyers understand the inspection report. In late 2011 I began my solo selling career with Sky Realty and assisted buyers and sellers as a full service real estate agent. Having worked hundreds of contracts and interacted with many diverse personalities, I am now an incredible resource for my clients.
Real Estate Marketing Consultant & Digital + Print + Online + Marketing
In 2014 I decided to focus on real estate in a team setting with Rachael Felan at Sky Realty, and I have evolved into her marketing partner. I launch each and every one of her listings and coordinate certain details with her clients. From working with Rachael, my business has grown into a boutique service offering real estate marketing for Realtors in markets all over the US. From print to digital advertising, website creation, maintenance and updating, and social media branding + advertising I assist several Realtors within Sky Realty and other brokerages in Texas.
Information About Brokerage Services
The Information About Brokerage Services form is about disclosing to anyone who might be entering into a relationship with a Realtor what a Realtor’s & Broker’s responsibilities to YOU are. They are specific and fiduciary. A Realtor should represent any party as outlined in the Information About Brokerage form. Buyers, Sellers, Tenants, and Landlords alike are detailed in this form. Also, if you are a buyer working with a Realtor, but you have not signed a buyer representation agreement, that is called a sub agent. Check out the form to see what that means to you and your representation.