When did you begin your career in the title or real estate industry and how did you get your start?
April of 2013 I decided to take an escrow assistant position that was offered to me, with the intentions of becoming an Escrow Officer. After months of training in abstracting, preparing commitments, closings and policies I received my Escrow Officers license in March of 2014 and have since closed over 100 files.
What is the most satisfying part of your role in the transaction process and what makes you stand out from others in your industry?
The most satisfying part of my role in the transaction process is taking care of curative matters so that files are able to close, I enjoy learning the legal system so I am always willing to go the extra mile to clear up clouds on title. By doing so I believe that it helps me standout and show my clients that I work hard for them and that is where you can gain loyalty.
What factors from your past experience have contibuted the most to your current unique skill set?
I attribute my unique skills to the paralegal degree I received from Austin Community College, being a receptionist for 3 years instilled me with wonderful customer service skills and not to mention I was raised with the value of the "Golden Rule". As I've gotten older and working in the customer service industry, I find myself thinking, "Well how would I want to be treated?" and try and base my decisions around that.
When you're away from the busy Mission Title office, what are some of your favorite activities ?
Some of my favorite things to do on my free time is go to the gym, play with my 2 dogs aka my kids Baylee and Dior (Baylee is a 27 month old German Shorthaired Pointer and Dior is a 2.5 year old Shih Tzu), being that my father is a farmer and my grandfather a rancher I love spending time out in the country or at the river. I also enjoying hanging with my family and friends.