Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
- 1754 Rt. 9, Parkwood Plaza
Clifton Park, NY 12065
You’ve Come to the Right Place!
Buying or selling a home can be overwhelming, not only because of all the details and complexities involved, but because it is such an emotional experience, filled with memories and anticipation. I can help you make the process more manageable, both by expertly handling the business aspects, and providing the reassurance and understanding you need personally.
Whether the property that brings you to me is old or new, local or out-of-town, I’ll give you the benefit of my expertise as a top producing consultant for over 20 years. Here’s what you can count on from me:
- Patiently, but thoroughly, walk you through the buying or selling process.
- Always look out for your best interest.
- Make myself available to handle your questions or concerns.
- Continually follow up to ensure your satisfaction at every step along the way.
I have always been “driven” to succeed in my career. I am a lifelong top performer, and I look forward to doing my best on your behalf!
Monthly Market Update - Capital District
Specializing in Customer Satisfaction
I’m proud to have earned such a high degree of trust and satisfaction from the clients I’ve already served, and invite you to become one of my “Clients for Life.”
“I have worked with many real estate agents and you have outshined them all. You are very proficient and timely but yet extremely compassionate. You were so supportive in every way; whether it was an emotional, financial or an executive decision that needed to be made. Thank you so much for your adept professionalism, work ethic and support.” - Karen Lee Smith
3971 Consaul Rd, Niskayuna, NY 12304
1,632 square feet
Come and take me home.
Sometimes when opportunity knocks, you have to leave home to open the door. I grew up in Colonie, and owned my own business, "Michelle's Rotisserie Chicken," on Lark St. in Albany. But after I sold my business in 1994, I reconnected with a previous employer, Hannaford supermarkets, which meant relocating to North Carolina. While I enjoyed getting to live in different cities, from Cary and Wilmington in North Carolina to Tampa, Florida and Richmond, Virginia, September 11, 2001 was my call to come home. So here I am again, close to my family and friends and loving my latest career move.
I’ve worked for different companies in different industries for the past 27 years, but my job has always been the same – to deliver the highest level of customer service. Excellence often earns recognition, and during the eight years I worked for Lia Infiniti I consistently received awards as their top performer in the New England District. I've also received the Elite Level Award of Excellence, which is the highest level of performance in sales and customer satisfaction. Since making the move from cars to houses, I expect I will continue to receive rewards. But the greatest recognition for me will continue to be the appreciation that comes from my customers.
Service to Customers and Community
My continued success has always focused on building relationships with customers, and being actively involved in the community we all live in. Not only is it personally satisfying to contribute to important causes, but working closely with local organizations makes me a more knowledgeable professional. I’m a member of the Edison Club in Rexford NY. I'm also an avid supporter of the Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society, St. Jude's Children's Hospital, Ronald McDonald House, Susan G. Komen Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and various other charitable organizations.
Bye, Bye Clutter
The most important thing you can do to prepare your home for sale is to get rid of clutter. Make a house rule that for every new item that comes in, an old one has to leave. One of the major contributors to a cluttered look is having too much furniture. When professional stagers descend on a home being prepped for market, they often whisk away as much as half the owner's furnishings, and the house looks much bigger for it. You don't have to whittle that drastically, but take a hard look at what you have and ask yourself what you can live without.