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Member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and Grand/San Juan Association of Realtors.
Welcome to Moab, Utah!You are one of over a million visitors that we see from around the world each year! We love to hear that you have been visiting here for years and just want your piece of Moab! We love and live in a very unique area we want to share it with you!
Grand County has 97% Public land and is well known for the Slickrock Bike Trail and the Easter Jeep Safari that makes for a very busy spring time for visitors and marks a very busy selling season.
We typically have mild winters and about 9 months of good weather. Our neighbors in Colorado love the added slice of sunshine in early spring and late fall
Moab has about 8 to 10,000 full time residents and an ever growing number of second home buyers who rent their places out nightly or monthly when they are not here enjoying it. As a Realtor and Property Manager, I also offer Property Management Services to my customers specializing in long term rentals. However, there are really great nightly rental services available here too.
As a Realtor, it is important to me to make sure I listen to the needs of my buyers and sellers and make sure that I am accommodating your needs. I realize I work for you and filling your wish list for your Moab property is what I aim to do. I have served on the GSJAOR board of directors for years and am a member of the NAR and GSJAOR.
As in most smaller cities, it is typical to know the majority of people living in the community. This helps when being a full service agent, selling all types of properties such as commercial, multi family, second home, primary residence, executive homes, the first time home buyer, and don’t forget recreation property.
I grew up in Moab as a child with my parents as well as with my grandparents who owned the only gas station, car lot and apartments on the city block known as McStiff’s Plaza. When I was a child, I spent my time mowing the lawn and cleaning the apartments for my grandmother. My grandparents’ home was the first home built on what is now known as Cedar Hills and my parents’ home was the second.
We moved 60 miles south to Monticello for about 10 years. In 1993, I moved back to Moab as a young adult with my young family to end a 1 hour commute for my husband’s plumbing business. He is the owner of Whipple Plumbing and Heating and Moab Solar. I picked up where my father left off in the Real Estate Business in 1997 as a full time agent after my children went to school and have been there ever since.
In 2011 I sold 50 acres to a group from Poland who wanted to preserve the history of Moab Dinosaur fossils. Known as Moab Giants, this is a unique open air dinosaur track museum coming in spring of 2014 located 9 miles north of town at the junction of Hwy 313 and 191. Paleontologists from all over the world have been coming here for years to explore this unique area that is part of what is called the Dinosaur Diamond and known for hundreds of sites and discoveries of new tracks and fossils.
I love meeting new people and have lots of experience, I will work to gain your trust to make your real estate experience as simple as possible. I have an excellent team of professionals working together to make buying and selling your property in Moab a great experience.
I list and sell property in Grand County and San Juan County covering Moab, La Sal, Castle Valley, Old La Sal, Monticello, Blanding and Bluff.
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