About Me

Your Personal Real Estate Agent

Vancouver Island has been a very special place for me and my family. It started with both sets of grandparents, who immigrated to Canada from Norway, Sweden and the UK. After exploring other parts of Canada, they decided to settle on beautiful Vancouver Island.

Although both my parents grew up in Nanaimo, work took our family off to Edmonton, Alberta – and there we stayed for close to 20 years. Thankfully, our connections to the island were strong and our summers were spent on the Island, enjoying the water and beaches of Maple Bay in Duncan and Kye Bay in Comox. This magical time cemented my love for the Island and planted the seed of returning one day.

Fast forward 20 years and my parents have retired back to the Island. My brother was also back on the Island leaving me as the lone family member in Alberta. I was working in sales, and loving it, earning multiple awards for sales and service, including the top 1% of performers in both sales and customer satisfaction. But the desire to go back to the Island never left.

It was an easy decision – l needed to make the Island my home. l now live in Nanoose Bay where l enjoy everything the Island has to offer - biking, hiking, golfing, boating, snowboarding, and the list goes on.

I am thrilled to be part of the Royal LePage team and am committed to exceeding the expectations of my clients in every regard. It is my goal to make your Vancouver Island real estate goals a reality!

Home buyers service

Buying a home is one of the largest purchases you'll ever make and you need a dedicated real estate advisor to ensure that you understand the different steps and aspects of your purchase.

Selling your property

Your city is a sophisticated and changing market, so you need a good real estate advisor on your side to ensure your home is sold for the best price and terms; in the shortest time.

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