I’ve worked for Page Sullivan Group since May 2005. As listing and marketing coordinator, I assist Page and our sellers in gathering the information that’s necessary to effectively market a home.
In addition, I function as closing coordinator, so once you’re under contract, I work to make sure the closing process goes as smoothly as possible. Taking a listing or shepherding a transaction from contract to closing involves detailed processes and more paper-pushing than you ever dreamed of.
We know from start to finish what needs to be done because we do it every day. Even so, unexpected situations often arise–but again, because we do this every day, we have resources to help clients handle the unexpected.
I was drawn to Taos because of the landscape; even as a kid, I wanted to live in the mountains. I love altitude (I have no idea why, but it’s a primal attraction). I love how gorgeous and harsh the high desert landscape is, and the light is astonishing. Every time I come home from a trip, I feel like I can breathe again when I see the mountains and the Rio Grande Gorge.
Taos is a very accepting place. There’s an equality and an authenticity to Taos that you don’t find everywhere. People are genuine. They’re opinionated. They’re independent. Many, many people here have a creative life in addition to a day job. Writers, visual artists, dancers, musicians . . . Taos is rich in creative talent.
Some of my Pictures of Taos – Downtown Parade in 2015