I am a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Richmond T.C. Williams School of Law. I was a member of the Law Review and the Client Counseling & Negotiation Board. I served as a teaching assistant for both Civil Procedure and Environmental Law. I graduated cum laude in May 1998.
After taking the Virginia State Bar exam, I joined Hunton & Williams in September 1998 as an associate on the Corporate & Securities Team. In 1999 I affiliated with the Healthcare Team, a subset of the larger Corporate & Securities Team, and started to specialize in corporate healthcare. The clients were primarily hospitals and hospital systems. The Healthcare Team advised those clients on regulatory and corporate matters.
In October 2004, I joined Kaufman & Canoles, P.C. Richmond office as a Healthcare associate. In October 2005 I got my real estate salesperson’s license, By March 2006, I gave up the active practice of law and began selling real estate as my full-time career. I am an Associate member of the Virginia State Bar, in good standing, but I do not actively practice law.
I believe my experience as a business lawyer gives me an advantage when advising clients. I am an advocate for my clients, and consider it my obligation as their agent to negotiate the best possible terms in any real estate transaction, and then to manage that transaction through the complicated closing process to ensure that outcome.
I work with both investors and individuals in buying and selling real estate. I have experience with both residential real estate and income-producing real estate, and I have listed multi-unit condominium projects.
Specialties: Fan; Museum District; Northside, including Bellevue and Ginter Park; Near West End; Western Henrico; historic properties; state and federal tax credit projects; adaptive reuse; City of Richmond neighborhoods; investor representation; condominium conversion projects; Section 1031,or "tax-deferred" exchanges