Katherine is a licensed real estate agent serving clients on the Treasure Coast for nearly 30 years. She is a well-established multi-million dollar producer in Martin County who knows and loves this area.
Katherine has achieved her record setting production by carefully listening to and understanding her clients' wants and needs. She then applies her considerable knowledge of the real estate market to bring buyer and seller together. And once the contract is signed, Katherine continues to shepherd the transaction to closing, regardless of any ensuing complications. As Katherine says, "A successful closing is like a successful cross country flight, full of small course corrections to arrive safely at the destination." Her strong negotiating skills and commitment to getting the best deal for her clients, both buyers and sellers, has resulted in her clients providing her a strong referral network.
Katherine's particular emphasis is representing and selling waterfront properties and with her oceanographic background, she is well qualified. Originally from New Jersey, Katherine moved to Florida in 1978 and was quickly hired by Perry Oceanographic. She applied her college biology studies to work in the institute and on the water with spiny lobsters. As a result, Katherine quickly came to know and love the extensive waterways with which the Treasure Coast abounds. She continuously extends this knowledge including the changes and trends that involve our river, canals, harbors, lagoon, and oceanfront.
Katherine lives in Sewall's Point with her husband Philip. They began ballroom dancing four years ago and have lots of FUN! She has an active role in animal rescue in association with Hobe Sound Animal Protection League.
Katherine also enjoys skiing, yoga, boating and is an avid reader. She loves anything involving the water, especially selling waterfront properties! Katherine is certainly enthusiastic about Martin County and thoroughly enjoys helping others to enjoy the exceptional lifestyle that the Treasure Coast has to offer.