My philosophy is that such a life-changing decision as investing or selling your home should be done with HONESTY, CLARITY AND OPEN COMMUNICATION. Building strong relationships comes naturally to me and this trust is key to navigating through what can be a stressful period, though a bit of fun is essential too.
Having been through personal ups and downs in real estate makes me understand how to help you. My background experience is in real estate marketing where I branded large scale communities to high-rises. I have bought, sold, renovated, rebuilt and invested in real estate.
With a keen eye for space and design, my creativity can be utilized to help you visualize the potential of a hidden gem or help guide you with a few tips for buyers to emotionally connect to your property. I collaborate closely with the amazing RE/MAX team and discuss the strategies to get you to your goal.
Swedish by birth, raised in Atlanta but a Coloradoan at heart, I’ve made Boulder my hometown to stay. Living just a few minutes into the mountains, I love the unusual character of Front Range homes. When not hiking the trails from my house with my chocolate lab I can be found exploring the extensive park system with my twin girls or having a glass of wine while enjoying the sunset from the patio.
I look forward to working with you.
32nd Annual Let’s Bag Hunger Food Drive
Hunger and poverty are issues no individual or family should ever have to face. Unfortunately, food insecurity is a widespread issue throughout the world and even in our own backyards. In fact, there are 14,000 children living in poverty in the Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts alone.
Thankfully, organizations have been created to combat these issues head on. Community Food Share was created to be a leader in the community’s effort to end hunger in Boulder and Broomfield counties. The organization collects food and money in order to provide meals to those in need. Although they work year round to end hunger, they are currently focused on the 32nd annual ‘Let’s Bag Hunger Food Drive.’ This drive runs from November 13-23 and aims to collect enough donations to distribute 9.3 million meals this year!
What Can We Do To Help?
Volunteer at Grocery Stores
Throughout November our agents are collecting donations of non-perishable food items. You'll find us at local grocery stores handing out bags to shoppers willing to donate while they do their grocery shopping. You too can donate your time by volunteering as a grocery store greeter, warehouse helper, or even organizing your own drive. Volunteers are key elements to help the success of Community Food Share and their campaign to end hunger.
Make Monetary Donations
Don't have time to donate non-perishable items, no worries! You can easily donate money online! $1 purchases 3 meals for local families in need. Just a few dollars can make a major impact on Community Food Share’s efforts. In fact, your money goes even further when donated to the organization because they are able to obtain food in bulk at significantly lower prices.
Bring Donations to One of Our Offices
Stop by any of our RE/MAX Alliance offices in Boulder, Longmont, and Nederland to drop off nonperishable food in our Community