Our family arrived in Pinehurst in June 1993 quite by accident. Vacationing from life in Saudi Arabia (where my former husband worked in international banking), our decision to take US220 South was the catalyst for a life-altering discovery.
Nothing could have prepared us to be so captivated by idyllic, magical Pinehurst. Three days later, we drove out of town owning a small piece of downtown Pinehurst Village.
Our experience is not unique, though, because people from all parts of the world choose this area as their home – charmed by the natural beauty and friendly folks who live here.
After years of “itchy feet,” living in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, England, Belgium and Kuwait, I never tire of living in the Sandhills. A sign I saw sums it up succinctly – “I wasn’t born here, but I got here as soon as I could.”
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A member of the Gentry Team since 1999, I’ve experienced the changes in our market and real estate landscape. Real estate is usually the largest monetary investment we make, but it’s also a place where family and friends gather and memories are made. I meet these challenges with enthusiasm, experience and knowledge.
I have been honored by my peers as the President of the Pinehurst Southern Pines Association of Realtors in 2013, serving on the NCAR Board of Directors in 202-2013 and being named as the 2010 Realtor® of the Year.
Real Estate education is important to me. I have invested a great deal of effort and personal resources to earn: ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist – the Realtor PhD), SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist – generational selling), MRP (Military Relocation Professional Certification) and SFR (Short Sale Foreclosure Realtor®). Raised in Salt Lake City, UT, I also studied at the University of Utah.