Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Sally is easy to work with and extremely knowledgeable about the New York City real estate market. Having bought and sold several homes herself, acquired investment property in New York, Nevada, and Westchester, and owned her parents’ home in Idaho after their passing, she understands firsthand the many challenges and stresses that can come with any real estate transaction.
It was the interaction with a real estate agent when selling one of her properties that inspired Sally to leave the home health care industry and become a licensed real estate professional. She aspires to be reliable, have good leadership skills, and be able to communicate well. She loves the real estate market in Manhattan and is there to find the joy in ownership whenever her clients might find challenges. Sally is very trustworthy, honest, and responsible. She is known among her friends and colleagues for always telling them the truth.
Sally has dedicated her adult life to helping people. In her previous career as a nurse, Sally was able to generate a lot of business for the home health agency she worked for and was known as the hub of home health in her community. As a nurse in the hospital, she was on a committee which helped deal with getting the unit off the ground, working to make sure the staff felt appreciated with big send off parties and baby showers. During the years while being a non-practicing nurse she captained several tennis teams, taking them almost to the playoffs.
Sally loves the culturally diverse nature of the city, the sound of the subways, and all the spectacular architecture as well as the beautiful views. When she is not assisting her clients with their real estate needs, she can be found at her book club. She also volunteers for her church, recently helping with a silent auction for its building fund and just finished a two year commitment for the Golden Jubilee Committee.
Originally from Portland, OR, Sally attended Idaho State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and New York University's SCPS