“Let your passion be your purpose”
Ever since I was a little kid, I can remember being motivated by my parents to not only work for myself, but for others. It started out shoveling sidewalks in the winter with my best friend and landscaping during the summer. Other times I worked with my dad on his investment properties that he has accumulated over the years, and have actually become an investor myself. Funny enough my high school senior project was actually on how to invest in real estate. More recently, because of my mom I’ve been able to help and see firsthand the process that goes into house flipping. I may not have realized it at the time, but I’ve been involved in the real estate industry almost my entire life. Through all this I have been able to see what it means to someone when you’ve helped them solve problems with their home, and because of that I will always strive to be the best advocate for my clients when it comes to buying or selling their home.
I started out working for Enas and her team a few summers ago putting up signs and lockboxes. Gradually shadowing showing appointments, hosting open houses, and sitting in on team meetings as I was finishing my business degree at The University at Buffalo. Being a brand new agent can be an intimidating feeling, but being a new agent backed by an amazing team filled with experience and constant support even when you make a mistake is something I will always be grateful for.