Real estate has always been an interest of mine, and I think that my insight into our community and its residents are a natural fit for this line of work. The skill sets I have honed as a Town Councillor are a natural fit with my business background in sales, marketing and customer service.
For the past 6 years, as Councillor, I have worked to build a personal brand based on trust, accountability, and responsiveness. I plan to put these qualities to work for my real estate clients, and continue to be involved and engaged in this community.
I also want to assure my constituents that my commitment to serving on our Town Council remains as strong as ever. Many will recall that even the birth of my daughter did not keep me from attending to Town business. (Conveniently, she arrived between Council meetings — what a considerate little girl!). Further, the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act requires that I declare a conflict whenever I have a financial interest in a matter before Council. So if by chance, a client came to Council with an application, I would simply refrain from voting or participating in the discussion. This is a common practice with members of Council across the province.
In the coming weeks, I will be assembling the tools and information I need to serve my clients real estate needs: a website, sales materials, even more information about the local market — the list is long, and I can’t wait to get started! I have a unique perspective, and a passion for our town. I am excited to continue to serve — in more ways than ever before.