Nikki was born in Germany to a Scottish father serving in the British Armed Forces and a British mother. She grew accustomed to moving all over the world and left home early to blaze her own trail. The enthusiasm with which she greets each day is the product of a path that led to a unique perspective and appreciation of the world, coupled with a sincere desire to spread this joy of life to others. She has been doing just that for countless clients over her four years as a successful real estate agent.
While she has seldom found herself in the same place – or country – for long, Nikki quickly recognized the significance of making wherever you are feel like home. It’s much more than the requisite number of bedrooms and bathrooms; it is accounting for all of those things that are important to you that coalesce into that irreplaceable feeling of being home: great local trails, a nearby dog park for your fury kids, a school that you are comfortable sending your children to, or a neighborhood that just feels right. If it’s important in your life, it should be important in your home.
You deserve so much more from your real estate agent than simply connecting you with available properties – honestly, you can do that yourself with a couple of keystrokes. Nikki believes that being an agent is about truly connecting with people to understand their needs, and being a committed partner throughout their journey to find that place where they can fully live the life they want. This is especially true of our military families, who face a number of unique challenges that make it so imperative to have an agent they can trust. Whether PCSing, retiring, or moving on to a new chapter, Nikki knows from personal experience the complexity and strain of balancing all of the demands and moving pieces of a military move.
Nikki, along with her husband, Kevin (who recently retired from the U.S. Army), their rescue dogs Odin and Poppy, and rescue horse Toscar, have taken on numerous comprehensive home restoration/renovation projects over the years (Odin, Poppy, and Toscar are excellent supervisors). Each property, from a 1920s farmhouse to a 1980s ranch, was approached with a focus on reusing and repurposing whenever possible, and utilizing sustainable building practices. She knows what to look for in a house, and has a discerning eye for how a house can become a home.