I have been working in Real Estate in the Inland Empire for over 20 years. I first started when I was purchasing my first home ... and my Realtor went on VACATION! While she was away, I fumbled my way through the paperwork. We eventually closed escrow and my Realtor offered me a part time job doing paperwork and data entry. About a year later, a local husband and wife real estate team were looking for an assistant. I started off working for them about 10 hours a week doing more paperwork and data entry. Eventually the hours doubled and doubled again until I was working full time. As an assistant, I was very busy but limited in the duties I was allowed to perform. I knew I wanted Real Estate to be my career - my experience with contracts and negotiations were fully developed - and I was ready to make it my own. In 2005 I passed the national test and obtained my license. I am very proud to say I have built a wonderful career in this industry where I get to help Buyers and Sellers reach their goals. Over the years, I have met so many wonderful people, many who have become great friends. I look forward to helping you reach your goals, too. If you need to buy, sell, invest or rent property, I am ready to give you the highest in customer care and service.

Here is more personal background info about me. I was born and raised in Rancho Cucamonga. I have lived here my entire life. I am married and have been for over 25 years. My husband and I have 2 children together. Our son Michael is an Officer in the United States Air Force. He is married, has a wonderful child and is currently living in England. Our daughter Haley is married with 2 beautiful children. She lives nearby in Rancho Cucamonga - so I get to see my grandbabies whenever I want. 

My hobbies include reading, spending time with my grandkids, family BBQs, swim parties, and walking. In our downtime, we hang out in our vacation home in Lake Havasu. Sports include soccer, volleyball, swimming and biking. Living in Southern California, we are fortunate to be able to enjoy the outdoors most of the year.