As a child, when asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I always said I wanted to be a veterinarian. My husband and I are now empty nesters in North Glen Hills in Rockville, Maryland, but we have a furry family of one dog, two cats, and one horse. That’s down from three kids, hamsters, hermit crabs, fish and a number of dogs I won’t reveal. That’s as close as I get to being a vet!
Life takes twists and turns and it turns out real estate is what I love. My starter real estate job was in a title office. From there I evolved to sales. I’ve sold as a member of a team and independently and what I like the most is building relationships with my clients. Trust is everything. I enjoy sitting down with buyers and sellers and listening to their questions, issues, and needs. It’s a little like putting together pieces of a puzzle. I hear the pieces and try to figure out what fits where.
I am from a Greek immigrant family, born in Columbia Hospital for Women and raised in Mt. Pleasant. I’ve never lost my roots. I’ve performed Greek dancing, represented Greek Americans in a Bicentennial Parade, and cooked Greek food for anyone who was hungry. I think selling real estate is all about putting down roots and celebrating who we are.
Invite me into your home and let's grow some roots together.