Combining her passion for interior design and love of real estate, Cheryl has been working with buyers and sellers in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, and Howard Counties as well as Baltimore City for over a decade. Now expanding to the Eastern Shore in Ocean City MD where she has owned investment properties. Whether a commercial investor, a first-time homebuyer or an empty nester looking to downsize, Cheryl’s own extensive real estate experience, market expertise, and high-touch service is of great comfort to those who work with her. She goes beyond the expected to deliver an exceptional and fully satisfying one-stop, full-service real estate experience.
Cheryl has been certified as a home stager, distressed property expert, and commercial associate. In addition, she has a vetted team of related industry professionals that her clients can call upon, as needed—all valuable advantages that help reduce client stress and make real estate transactions as seamless as possible.
Her specialties include LLCs, PPMs, investor relations, RE investments, vacation properties, luxury homes, property management, homeowner associations, student housing, mobile home communities, rentals, rehabs, and working with first-time home buyers and seniors.
SRES Special Real Estate Specialist - Work with Seniors and sometimes their extended family to do what is best for the Homeowner.
CPRES Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist - Work with Representatives of the estate to make sure the greatest Asset (the house) is taken care of and secured before the sale
Cheryl maintains an active lifestyle playing tennis, meeting with her cooking club, and biking on trails. She supports Lab Rescue, Believe in Tomorrow, and Alzheimer's Assoc charities is the past Co-President of Women Investors of Real Estate (WIRE). Currently Treasurer of her primary home condo association and MSRN, MD Senior Resource Network. Mother of 3 successful grown children and 4 grandchildren, she was raised in New Carrollton, MD but has lived in the Baltimore area for almost 40 years. Currently resides in Lutherville.
I love working with people. Finding the right house for the right person.
She listened to us about our needs and wants and gently guided us to the home that was best for us. She was also very patient with us. It took a long time and she was always positive and supportive.
Meeting to go over their needs
Prequalification with a Lender
Developing a plan
Searching for properties
Negotiating a sale - negotiating the price is just the beginning.
SRES working with Seniors.
Staging a home.
Rehabbing - cost involved and did them myself.
HUD - govt homes
Short Sales - working with the Banks and Fannie Mae
Did you know that in most circumstances these days, the Seller pays the Buyer's realtor at settlement? There is no cost to you to be represented in the transaction.
I loved looking at model homes and after my children were almost out of the house, I went and received my real estate license.
I have worked with Investors, first-time homeowners, seniors transitioning, moving up families, and vacation investments.
I would say to meet with them to get to know them. You will be working to buy one of the highest investments and you want to make sure that they will think in the best interest for you. Not what they want.
Driving distance from work and preferred schools
Number of bedrooms and baths
Size of yard they will be able to maintain
3 things they definitely want in a house
If they need to sell a house, are they willing to put in money for repairs? Budget