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I have lived in Ocala, Florida since 1991 and began in Real Estate as an investor, so I came to the job with a different angle than many. Having been in Health Care sales for 15 years prior to becoming a REALTOR also supplied me with a unique sales background. Education is very important to me. I received my BA and MBA from St. Leo University and have applied my sales experience and education to my Real Estate Career. I lived in the Ocala SE Historic District for many years and have been involved in the renovation of over 20 homes. I enjoy going to the beach, sailing, keeping fit, socializing with friends, and enjoying Ocala's art community.

When you are buying or selling property in today's real estate market, it's important to have confidence in your Real Estate professional. My commitment as your Ocala REALTOR is to provide you with the specialized real estate service you deserve.

When you are an informed buyer or seller, you'll make the best decisions for the most important purchase or sale in your lifetime. That's why my goal is to keep you informed on trends in the marketplace using the latest statistics in your local area. With property values continuing to increase, real estate is a sound investment for the future.

As an Ocala area expert with knowledge of the communities, my objective is to work diligently to assist you in meeting your real estate goals.

If you are considering buying or selling a home or would just like to have additional information about Ocala Real Estate in your area, please don't hesitate to call 352-895-3731 or me.

Thank you for visiting my website - please consider it as your online source for Ocala Real Estate information, and return often for the latest property listing updates.

At It's All About You Real Estate, we pride ourselves in helping every family find a house that perfectly fits their needs, turning every house into a home. Servicing the greater Ocala area since 2004, we want to make our hometown your hometown. We maintain that “small town” feeling with our historic districts, community-centered subdivisions, gated communities, well-manicured public parks, and tree-lined downtown streets.