Whitney has been immersed in real estate most of her life. From a young age, she watched her mother build a large clientele and carefully studied how her mother became successful in the business. Twenty years ago Whitney also became an agent, eventually taking over her mother's clientele and continuing to reach remarkable professional milestones which are extraordinary for someone her age. The 45-year-old has not looked back, finding that the career suits her energetic and determined personality.
Today she works for Bluegrass Sotheby's International Realty, applying her skills to discover exactly what her clients desire in a home, then helping them find it at an optimal price point. Her success has been evident in the $238 million she has sold in real estate, including a feature in the Wall Street Journal in two consecutive years for being in the top 2% of real estate agents nationally.
What is most important to Whitney is the relationship she unfailingly develops with her clients, whether it's helping them relocate, find their first home or move into their dream house. Having spent most of her life in Lexington, Whitney knows the neighborhoods, schools and the community. In addition to being skilled at finding clients the right houses, she also understands how to connect them to Lexington so that they can make it their home.
As a Sotheby's International Realty agent, she is part of a superior network of dedicated professionals who monitor the pulse of their industry, knowing when homes are coming on the market before they are listed. With two master's degrees among her accomplishments, Whitney realizes the importance of staying on top of things, including the latest technology, to provide the best possible service to her clients.