Born and raised a native to Lincoln County, Tina was destined to be a country girl. Tina then moved to Pike County in 1990 to work in software sales and still resides there today. She has a wonderful family, complete with precious grandchildren to spoil and don’t forget their horse, Sunny. Sunny started out as Tina’s daughter’s most desirable dream but has won over almost the whole family.
Most of Tina’s working career has been spent in sales and working with people. Whether it was waiting tables, checking out groceries, selling software and hardware, to assisting in selling or buying a home, it has always been about the “client” and understanding their big picture. By understanding their big picture, Tina is much more likely to produce the results they want and expect. Between her love of homes and other structures and the satisfaction she gets seeing the excitement on someone’s face the day they close on their first home, or on their dream acreage, being a real estate agent feels like second nature to Tina. When buying her first home Tina found herself a little confused and scared, so when she became and agent she decided that she would do her best to make sure any client she worked for understood why they needed to do each step of the process and what to expect financially.