Little did I know when I pronounced (at the ripe old age of 17 in Spokane, Washington) "I don't want to live in the same town all my life", that between then and now, many places would become my home from New York to Los Angeles, across the pond to London, to a whitewashed Spanish village overlooking the Mediterranean. And five years ago, to the friendly city of Tucson. What a journey. But here I am…ready to help you make your transition to a new home – whether buying or selling -- as seamless as possible. Take advantage of my 20+ years of professional experience in the advertising and marketing business. Ask me how I go beyond describing your ideal home as more than just ‘3 bedrooms/2 baths and a pool’, like many other agents. Judge for yourself if my enthusiasm, honesty and eagerness to solve problems will help you in what can be a strenuous and complicated process. In 2015 my clients helped me achieve two professional real estate accolades of which I'm very proud: first, (based on sales) the Long Realty President's Club designation and second, being named one of two "Rising Stars" of the Oro Valley Long office. So, if you think you’re ready for a fresh approach to real estate, give me a call or drop me an email. Your business is important to me. And for those who like details: I’m a Communications graduate of Washington State University and hold a Masters in Advertising from Northwestern University/Medill School of Journalism. I’ve worked for Young & Rubicam NY, Ogilvy & Mather, DMB&B, McCann-Erickson and Dailey & Associates (all in LA) developing ad campaigns for many of the products you probably have in your household. I taught advertising at California State University Fullerton, and marketing with the University of Phoenix. Member: TAR, AAR and NAR. My personal sport is golf, my professional team is Arsenal (in the English Football Premiership), and what makes me smile are the antics our four cats get up to, especially when they think we’re not looking! I hope to hear from you soon.

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