Early 2020 couple of months after having my first child, the coronavirus pandemic started. Suddenly life was full of uncertainties and worries about the future. The resulting lockdown caused tens of millions of people worldwide to lose their jobs and my interior design business was hit hard. As a result, coping with such difficult circumstances and confidently facing the unknown was the only choice to maintain sustainability for my family. I found myself making the right call taking a lifetime career change.
British Columbia’s real estate proved remarkably resistant to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. A jump of 21.5 per cent over 2019 and so in less than 5 months of studying and raising a baby simultaneously, I was able to achieve my license in real estate. And there was the perfect match having the knowledge of both real estate and Interior design which came hand in hand when buying and selling properties.
It takes a certain mindset to succeed and I have been able to develop the ability to maintain a professional and positive attitude whilst dealing with any situation or difficulty to achieve my clients’ goals and dreams.Professionalism, diligence, dedication to the interest and welfare of my clients and ethical obligations are the bases of my moral integrity and competence.
To me it is a joy to unite buyers with their dream homes, understand their needs and identify unique features and potential shifts in space design to accommodate their vision.
For sellers advising on turning a property with potential into a desirable home and selling it for the maximum possible value is my forte.
Real Estate is all about establishing good human connections, practicing authenticity; listening to people, acting on promptings, and showing care. It has been said that if one wants to be remembered, he must make an imprint in the hearts and minds of people who knows him. That’s how I strive to make such an impact.