Putting the REAL In Real Estate
I've lived in Fairfield County for most of my life, and in Wilton for over 40 years, and am able to bring real local knowledge to those looking to move into or out of the area. One of the things I love about being a realtor is helping families meet their needs: be it selling their house or finding a home that is just right for them. Mostly, that’s what being a realtor is all about: matching people with homes.
But sometimes, as realtors, we get – or create – the opportunity to do something more. To give back. To make Real Estate really REAL. September 1, 2008 was my day to make real estate REAL. That was the day Nicole Williams moved into the new home I helped her find in Norwalk. A home big enough for her family and safe from the bullets that plagued her prior Washington Village house.
One of the compliments I received last year – and one that means a lot to me – was from Nicole. She told the Norwalk Hour, “Looking at homes was quite an experience. I think I must have looked at 50 to 60 homes before I finally found one that was big enough for my family. My wonderful realtor was very, very patient with me.” (We have become great friends, also)
That’s me, with Nicole and her family. And now with Nicole happy in her home, I’ve expanded my efforts. In addition to my Wilton real estate clients, I’m helping families like Nicole’s find homes in Norwalk.
Putting the REAL in Real Estate