CENTURY 21 Blue Sky Region Realty Inc., Brokerage*
- 86 Main Street
Sundridge, ON P0A 1Z0
Your Happiness Is My Number One Priority!
Thank you for visiting! I am very excited to be a member of the Century 21 Blue Sky Region Realty, Inc., Brokerage, Team! Moreover, I am excited to be able to provide a service to you and to the community.
As a brief history, I was born and raised in Magnetawan, Ontario and, while I was away for several years residing in London and Parkhill, Ontario, I returned to my roots in 1996. Since 2003, I have been doing Administrative work for Real Estate Professionals and have had the pleasure to work for Century 21 Blue Sky Region since they opened their office in Sundridge in 2007. Working in the office has given me valuable insight into the Real Estate Profession and, in May of 2010, I made the decision to go back to school to become a Sales Representative. I am a member of The Lakelands Association of Realtors (Muskoka, Haliburton, Orillia) as well as the North Bay Real Estate Board. Being on two Real Estate Boards broadens the exposure of your listings.
My goal is to provide the best in customer service whether you are buying, selling or just need a little assistance in making your Real Estate decision. Your happiness is my number one priority!
Thank you again and I look forward to working with you in the future,
I have been involved in Real Estate since 2003 - giving me a great deal of knowledge on how the business works. I have gained a lot of experience in all aspects of the Real Estate transaction from the first appointment to the closing of the transaction. I have been responsible for marketing and for the best placement of listings both inside and outside the office.
Since 1997, I have been an Independent Sales Representative for Avon Canada. This has been a very rewarding experience with customer service being my number 1 priority.
I have one son Timothy, daughter-in-law Ashleigh and two granddaughters, Kaya and Lillie.
I returned to Magnetawan in 1996, when Timothy was 7 years old. I felt that, while we loved London, Ontario, Magnetawan was a better place for him to grow up. It is nice to be back in "The Mag" and living on the "Mighty Magnetawan River".
There is no place I would rather be than right here, right now!
Since returning to Magnetawan in 1996, I have been involved in volunteer work with our local public school (when my son was a student there) as well as with Trinity United Church, Magnetawan. I am currently the church treasurer. I also am a member of the Magnetawan Area Business Association and have taken on the position of treasurer for that organization as well. For 10 years I acted as the Transportation Co-Ordinator for the East Parry Sound Community Support Services Program as well as for the Canadian Cancer Society.
I love to walk and swim with Cody, my golden retriever. I also enjoy skating and snowshoeing and spending time with family and friends. I have been lucky to be able to do some traveling and hope to do more in the future.
For 10 years, along with being the Transportation Co-Ordinator for two separate programs, I also was a volunteer driver - logging many miles for various reasons. I also provided a Friendly Visiting service for elderly community members. Since 2011, I have been attending the Magnetawan Farmer's Market. I am also a member of the Magnetawan Area Business Association. I am the treasurer at both Trinity United Church and for the Magnetawan Area Business Association.
First Annual Celebration!
May 21, 2011 was the First Annual Celebration - held at Tanner's Inn in Magnetawan. The atmosphere was great, the food fantastic and the attendance AMAZING - even the weatherman co-operated! 50 people attended, including, much to my surprise, four long time friends from Parkhill, Ontario. Unvelievable - to come all that way to join in the festivities! I still can't believe it. I want to thank everyone who attended - your support means so much to me. Thank you everyone again.
Orea Real Estate College - 2010-2011
Georgian College of Applied Arts and Technology, Barrie, Ontario - 1978-1980 - General Busines Accounting Program
Almaguin Highlands Secondary School - Graduating with Honours in 1975
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