In real estate, it’s the same way. Reaching your goal requires you to get off to an aggressive start, remain consistent along the way, and to give it all you've got to the very end, and if necessary, kicking it up a notch to come out ahead. You never know how much you can accomplish until you give it more than you ever thought you were capable of giving.
Well, my friends, it is time for me to finish my last lap in Houston County. My family and I will be moving to Charleston, SC in late August-early September, 2014. Never one to hold back and tread water to pass the time, I will be going full speed ahead to the very end, especially with my real estate business. This means new buyers and sellers to the very end, then referrals after that! When it comes time to say goodbye, I will be leaving my clients in the care of one of my amazing Golden Key colleagues. I will hand-pick an agent to take care of your real estate needs, and I will be just a phone call away when you need me! I have chosen to transfer my license to Carolina One Real Estate in the Charleston area, but will still be available to you for referrals in and out of Houston County!
Leaving is bittersweet. While we are excited about our new adventure and what lies ahead, my family and I are sad to leave our “framily” that has grown exponentially every year. We have been blessed with the most amazing friends, many of whom started out as my clients. Each and every friend and colleague I have had the pleasure to meet has played a huge part in making me the person I am today, whether it be in my personal or professional life. I have God to thank for the time we have spent here, and for the people that He has put in our path over the years. So from the bottom of my heart, thank you for crossing my path and being YOU! God has always been the Captain of the boat in our journey over the years, and now He has chosen to turn the direction of the ship, and sail us on over toward the East Coast.
I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly sides of real estate. I have seen a strong and healthy market, and I have seen one that was more like struggling through a horrendous storm. I have laughed with my clients, and cried with my clients. (Yes, there are tears in real estate---I have been so frustrated that I cried myself to sleep at night when I couldn't "fix" what just wasn't meant to be.) I have been mentored. I have been a mentee. I have been a student, and I have been a teacher. I have obtained certifications, designations and more continuing education than the law requires.
I have been part of your family as you went through, not only buying and selling your homes, but in sharing all that life has to offer: marriages, divorces, celebrating new life and remembering and honoring lives that have been lost. We have celebrated birthdays, engagements, graduations, championship ball games, weddings, sunsets and Saturdays. My time here has certainly been productive, rewarding and unforgettable! Life has been good, and I am blessed.
But now we come full circle. Eight years ago, I was the new kid in town. And as a seasoned resident and Realtor®, I have become a bit of a "Welcoming Committee", ready to lead my clients to every resource you could possibly need. Now it is time for a new adventure in a new town, and I will be the new kid on the block again. (My new Face Book business pages will officially begin sometime in late August/early September, so be on the look out! I hope you will join me along the way, and hopefully you will come visit me along the beautiful coast in South Carolina!) I will be putting our house on the market in the next few days, so stay tuned for more info and details on that! If you are in the market (or know someone who is) for a great home in a fabulous neighborhood with amazing neighbors, let me know!
Anyone that knows me well knows I don't do "good-byes," because I get all sappy and cry. My mascara will run and I will get my “Tammy Faye” look going on. Of course I will probably have to stop by Kroger on the way home to pick up some milk or something, I will run into everyone I have ever known in Warner Robins, and they'll wonder why I look like a train wreck. So I don't do "good-byes." I do "See you soons"! So until then, I remain, humbly thankful for our paths crossing, the times we have shared and the memories we have made.
See you soon!
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