Christina began her real estate career in 1976 in Roanoke,Virginia. As an agent she was a consistent top producer earning the Distinguished Achiever Award every year until her return to Richmond, Virginia in 1980. In 1984 Christina took on the position of Supervising Broker and has been managing agents ever since. In the years of managing, she has always felt the most important duties of the manager are to recruit, retain, problem solve, and train. Not always in that order. Christina’s best method for recruiting has been through teaching. She was an instructor at University of Richmond (Professional Realty Organization) from 1986 until 1992. She has taught Real Estate Law; Brokerage Management; and Principles of Real Estate for the Richmond Association of Realtors and currently teaches Principles of Real Estate for Long and Foster. Christina believes good training is the foundation for a good career. Training occurs on a regular basis in her office. Christina is a certified coach having completed the Integrity Coaching Program with Long and Foster in March, 2005. Training, as essential as it is, just never brought everything together. Once Christina began coaching, she found agents more focused on their time; their goals; and their lives. They learned to identify the obstacles in the way of success. Today, she offers not only training to all agents but also individual coaching for experienced high producers and group coaching for all new associates with her office. Christina attributes her continued success in the real estate industry to the basic values of her life. .
Sale includes two tax parcels. The first parcel is a 3,000 SF brick and block warehouse built in 1970, clear-span with concrete floor; the second is a 26' X 150' (3,900 SF) parking lot. The properties are offered only as a package. Property being sold "as is" and any inspections will be for informational purposes only. The warehouse is plumbed, has three-phase power and city utilities. There are two side entrances, including one to an alley. Both parcels are zoned RO-2. The warehouse is classed Light Industrial and includes office space in front. The lot is classed Commercial Vacant Land. Both parcels are located in the Jackson Ward national and city historic districts.