Bellingham Real Estate Broker
“I’ve always loved the really old quirky houses with the odd shaped rooms or the ones that had something really funky and dated going on. It’s fun to preserve some of those items.” – Dana Hardy
I was born and raised in the upper Northeast and I slowly made my way to the upper left coast and now call Bellingham, home. Who couldn’t love it here? This place is a gem and it has something for everyone.
I studied Interior Design and Photography @ Drexel University and really honed in my skills at TLC Interiors where I worked under the owner/founder of that business back east. Not only did I learn design, I also learned the extreme hardwork that goes into owning your own business and truly listening to what customers want.
After working in the large graphics industry and then switching to a position as a finance advisor in education, I started to become obsessed with the housing market. I decided to get my real estate license with the thought that my hodge podge background in design, finance, and customer service could really help differentiate me from other brokers in the area. I want to provide the whole package and make it easier on clients to understand real estate. It’s a confusing industry with lots of jargon but so important to understand because it’s one of the biggest purchases of your life. I want to take confusing out of the equation.
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