In a world that offers endless options, it is no different when searching for a real estate agent. There are plenty of agents out there, but selecting the right one makes all of the difference. An agent must be an excellent communicator, must have extensive market knowledge, must be up to date on the latest technology, and, most importantly, must have their client’s best interests in mind. As a REALTOR, it is my duty to ensure my clients receive the best, and I deliver on that promise.
I joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox and Roach REALTORS in 2018 after serving as a Leasing Representative with Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE: BDN). My decision to transition from commercial real estate into residential was motivated by the desire to work with people on a more personal level, helping them achieve their homeownership dreams.
While at Brandywine Realty Trust, I completed numerous deals exceeding $15 million in lease value. My territory included over 1.9 million square feet of Trophy and Class A office space spread among multiple assets in Philadelphia, including Cira Centre and FMC Tower. My responsibilities also included the planned 7 million square foot development project known as Schuylkill Yards. Prior to this, I leased Brandywine’s 202-Corridor Portfolio, which included 2.3 million square feet of Trophy and Class A office space across 32 assets.
I am a current member of the National Association of REALTORS. I also work in Autistic Support at KD Markley Elementary School in the Great Valley School District and I volunteer with Willistown Conservation Trust. I earned my B.A. in English from Lafayette College where I ran Division 1 Track and served as Team Captain my senior year.