Coco aims to run the property selling/buying process without additional stress. Coco provides professional, no-pressure service. She enjoys providing that "little extra" that will keep me as your real estate agent for life. It's essential to Coco that the client feels confident referring her to friends and family for their real estate needs. Coco understands that buying or selling a property is a significant milestone in life. She goes all out to ensure the buying/selling experience is the most positive.
Coco has been in the real estate industry for over 24 years. After college, she started working for a local title company in 1998. Coco Co-owned a technical company building title plants for Title companies nationwide. She is in her 17th year selling real estate and looks forward to many more years to come.
Coco earned her Bachelor of Science in Business with Marketing and Management from the University of Montana. Coco uses this education and all the continuing education classes in Real Estate to provide clients with exceptional service. She also has earned many designations in real estate(CRS, GRI, ePro, ABR, RSPS, C2EX) and is licensed in Montana and Idaho. Coco continues to "sharpen her saw" to keep updated and provide the best service in this ever-changing technology world.
Designations and Certificates Earned:
CRS-Certified Residential Specialist, GRI-Graduate Realtor Institute, ePRO-Internet Professional Certificate Program, ABR-Accredited Buyer's Representative, RSPS-The Resort, and Second-Home Property Specialist Certification. C2EX is REALTORS Commitment to Excellence
Coco is a parent to three adult children. Trey is a 22-year-old student at the University of Idaho. Lily is a 20-year-old student at Montana State. Daisy-Kate is a 19-year-old student at Humboldt Cal Poly.
Real estate has been so rewarding to Coco, so she can provide for these sub-adults and be there for them with the flexibility in her schedule. Coco may work weekends and evenings for her clients, but she will do it with a smile and fulfillment that she never thought possible in a career.