When you call Candice to speak about buying or selling a home, you’ll not only get a lot of knowledge but soon you’ll also be sharing your vacation plans, great restaurants and your pets, in addition to the strategies she’ll employ to help you reach your real estate goals. It’s not for lack of focus, in fact, it’s just the opposite.
Through Candice’s almost 20-year career as part of a top performing real estate team, she understands making the largest financial decision of your life involves all of you and not just the part that is buying or selling a home. “When you’re buying or selling a home, you’re building something that is part of who you are,” Candice says. “It’s such an honour, as a Realtor, to be invited along for that journey. When I work with you buying or selling a home, it’s my responsibility to understand as much as I can to help you end the purchase or sale totally satisfied. The only way to do that is to be authentic with each other.”
Candice cut her teeth in sales and project management for IBM before turning her focus to real estate. At IBM she was tasked with negotiating the sale of enterprise systems with corporate giants — some of the toughest customers around. It was there where she developed resiliency in negotiation and a high aptitude for building rapport and relationships, which are two skills clients say are a rare combination in real estate professionals.
When Candice isn’t conducting market research, completing home inspections or closing a real estate agreement, you can find her in the kitchen. Cooking for her husband and two step- daughters is her true joy. Her love of time with the family extends into playing all sorts of card and board games. Still, when it comes to winning the game of real estate, Candice has everything she needs to come out on top.
“I can hardly wait to work together,” she says. “We’re going to answer all your questions, help you find the right home or get the terms you want for your sale and you’ll come out of it totally satisfied and maybe with a great recipe for curried cauliflower.”