I am a city girl who was born in Birmingham, but as a true southerner I moved to Oxford in 2002 to go to school at Ole Miss. I graduated from the University of Mississippi where my only brother Pierce is now following in my footsteps and studying business. During college I was involved with the American Marketing Association, Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, College Republicans, was an anchor and reported with Newswatch 12 and interned with Election Impact Group. When I was a student I rented a house, but while in college I had always been interested in investing in real estate. Speaking from experience, I can offer clients my own personal testimony and advise them on which properties may best suit their needs. I specialize in working with Ole Miss Parents. I will prepare a customized buyer’s guide tailored specifically for parents and alumni visiting Oxford. While finishing my Bachelors degree in Marketing Business I also earned my real estate license and started working for Lovelady Realty and Land Company. One of the most important things that I have learned through my experiences is that balance is the key to leading a happy and healthy life. It is not a give and take world, but more accurately a give and receive attitude that will take you places. When I graduated from Ole Miss in the summer of 2006 I decided to take a trip before making any career decisions. I moved to Montero, Bolivia in the heart of South America to volunteer at a children’s day school for seven weeks. I continue to be inspired by their desire to overcome adversity and the hope that they brought to my life has helped me define my own aspirations. Whenever I close a deal I am grateful for the opportunities that we so often take for granted in our lives and in our country. If something falls through I try to remember the optimism and persistence of the children in South America. A number of things have changed since my return to Oxford in January of 2007. I am now a Mississippi real estate broker and Lovelady Realty is now RE/MAX Legacy. As a member of the Alumni Association, I stay involved on campus and in the community by participation in activities with Republican Women, Grace Bible Church of Oxford and American Association of University Women. Also, I am excited to be the 2008 Special Events Co-Chair for the North Central Mississippi Board of Realtors. I offer premium real estate services tailored to the tastes of investors and retirees, as well as student and alumni buyers and sellers. Let me be the real estate agent to help you find the perfect place to live. I would like to offer my services to those who have been wondering where to begin in the search for real estate in Oxford. You won’t find another agent with such a genuine interest in helping you attain your goals. Clients will find that my energy and enthusiasm makes buying or selling a positive experience. My priority is to make myself and my services available to you. I want to be the first name that comes to mind when buying or selling a home in Oxford. The highest compliment I can receive is the referral of your friends, family and business associates. I look forward to working hard for you. Call me today for an appointment 205.492.1943
The Miracle Home® Program, exclusive to RE/MAX LLC., allows a RE/MAX Associate to make a donation on behalf of each transaction to Children's Miracle Network. The partnership underscores Sales Associate involvement in the communities in which they live and serve. RE/MAX Sales Associates are unique in that a majority of the donations received by Children's Miracle Network from RE/MAX are the result of Associates' hard work rather than solicited from customers.