it takes a special person to be a REALTOR and mother

Have you ever wondered what a REALTOR® looks like. Believe it or not, they walk among us. Today’s most recent statistics provided by the National Association of REALTORS® tell us that the typical REALTOR® is a 53-year-old female who has attended some college, owns a home, and has been in the business for more than ten years. However, I am not that woman.

I am in the minority of REALTORS® (11%) who run a real estate blog. I am also much younger than the average realtor. As a younger woman, mother, and real estate blogger, I am intimately connected to the Tallahassee community and extremely knowledgable about the real estate market.

Although I am a new licensee, I have been working behind the scenes in the real estate business for the past five years. In the last year, I made the leap and transitioned into a full-time REALTOR®.

I am not exaggerating when I say that it takes a special kind of woman to be a REALTOR® and mother. Although, the ranks are slim, I can tell you something about the few who hold these special positions in tandem.


  • Fiercely dedicated
  • Great negotiators (we practice every night at bedtime)
  • Fantastic multi-taskers
  • Superb time-management abilities
  • Creative thinkers (we are doing things differently and that’s a good thing!)


A member of the Property Finders Team, Ann has been working behind the scenes in the Real Estate Industry for the past five years. Recently, Ann aligned herself with Tallahassee’s brightest real estate professionals and joined the ranks of Property Finders Realty as a real estate sales associate. As a mother of three, Ann is committed to the long-term success of the Tallahassee community. A home-grown Tallahassee Lassie, Ann understands the area and the real estate market better than most. For more information about Ann can help your meet your real estate goals, contact Ann at 850.212.1982 or



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