Mary brings a background in banking, healthcare management, and small business ownership to her real estate career. Her understanding and sensitivity to clients needs are the hallmark of her success in real estate. Mary is a multi-million dollar producer, and as the Murray native exclaims, “I am not just selling houses but also selling Murray, every day.”
Mary is a diligent, supportive agent for her clients. “Nearly every client, whether buying or selling a home, has a change going on in their lives – a new job, marriage, birth of a child, retirements or, unfortunately, sometimes a loss. There are lots of emotions in dealing with those changes. I honestly love being able to help clients work through these changes in their lives and find a new home to start the next chapter,” Mary explains.
Mary has been a Realtor since 2010 and immediately began to build a successful career. In addition to building a solid reputation as a caring agent. She has served as a Director on the MCC Board of Directors and received the Circle of Excellence, which denotes distinguished commitment to education, community service and board service, in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Her quest for excellence began early in her career as she was named the Board’s Hoyt Roberts Award winner in 2011. This award recognizes exceptional investment in time and service to the Board of Realtors in the first three years of membership.
Her interest in real estate first began as she took some real estate classes to educate herself in the home buying process as she and her husband were beginning their home ownership quest. “As newlyweds with a modest budget, we realized how much difference some paint and a little elbow grease can make in turning a house into a home! Several homes and remodels later, being familiar with contractors and tradespeople in our community allows me to help clients with their own decorating or remodels and/or needed repairs.” As her knowledge and interest grew, Mary decided that being an agent was what she wanted to do. She feels her owns experiences in the buying and selling process gives her a compassion and understanding of what clients are feeling during the process.
As the daughter of small business owners in Murray and the wife of a husband involved in small business development, Mary is grateful to share her love for Murray with others. She has been actively involved in school and church activities as she raised her two children, Parker and Mallory, attending games and helping to coach whatever sports team or cheerleading level her children were involved in. “Now that we’re empty nesters, we’re changing gears and ready to enjoy all the offerings of the community and the region. Mary’s husband, Chris, is the Director of the Center for Economics and Entrepreneurial Development. Parker is in law enforcement and Mallory is beginning her second year in Germany as a Fulbright Scholar.