Doryce says: I LOVE THE FLATHEAD!!! The desire for a better life brought me here in 1994. The people, beauty, lifestyle and recreation opportunities keep me here. I cannot imagine living anywhere else.
She continues: I LOVE REAL ESTATE! Actually, it is the people I love and helping them find the right property to fit their needs. Purchasing a home is a unique combination of fast paced sleuthing, knowledge of the market, good relationships & collaboration, listening, negotiating and navigating all the emotions your clients can encounter in a challenging market. And this current market is challenging to both Buyers and Sellers. The real estate industry as a whole has had to change to accommodate this fast paced market with low inventory. What we are seeing in the Flathead is happening in much of our country. There is a big shift and quality of life/home has become much more important to everyone.
I built my business early on in 2004 working with first time home buyers in the $115,000 range. Now that has moved into helping people transition. Transitions can look like a lot of things: scaling down, moving up to the next home, leaving the area, moving into the area, adjusting to working or schooling at home…. Each has its own set of obstacles to navigate and navigating those is where my skills come in.
Realtors as a whole are an amazing group of people and I count myself blessed to be in the industry. When I was new to the industry, I was privileged to be mentored by some amazing Realtors. Now I get to serve along side many of them and be in the role of Mentor myself. You will find Realtors involved in their industry but also heavily in the community. You will find them in many volunteer positions, on the Boards of your non profits, coaching children’s sports and on rare occasion, finding the time to enjoy our beautiful state and all it has to offer. And when I am not working hard to achieve my clients dream of home ownership, or serving in my community, you will find me fly fishing… just don’t ask me where because I can’t tell you.