Before becoming a RealtorÂ®, Barbara spent 30 years managing programs for people with disablities, ensuring their physical and emotional needs were met. After retirement, she wasn't ready to stop working and realized her past work experience and savvy business skills were the same skills needed to be successful in real estate. Barbara hit the ground running in 2016 and hasn't stopped since. In her first year she was named Rookie of The Year for the entire Virginia Peninsula Association of REALTORSÂ®. In the following years, she has earned the Outstanding Salesmanship Award annually.
Barbara has a thorough understanding of the real estate process and as a strong negotiator, is able to position her clients to maneuver transactions. Her honesty, integrity and dedication make her a true stand out. "If I make a promise to my clients, I have to do it and I have to do it in the time frame I promised them," says Barbara.
In her spare time, Barbara volunteers at St Vincent de Paul Catholic Church and the Animal Aid Society.
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