Angie, born in central Georgia, moved to Jacksonville in 1984, put down roots locally and considers it home. Most of her life she has lived on various types of waterfront and she understands the aspects important to this lifestyle. Angie's professional background includes exposure to many varying types of business and each has woven into a tapestry key to her real estate career. In 1988 Angie was licensed as a Real Estate agent and worked for a local prominent developer in site sales at a premier luxury oceanfront community. After all phases successfully sold out, Angie took time to raise a family and co-owned and ran a local business for the next twenty years. Having loved being in real estate sales, in 2008 Angie partnered with an existing Real Estate Staging business, and specialized in creating a lifestyle, through staging, to target the most potential and desirable buyers. In 2009, she obtained her Real Estate license once again and is proud to boast of her success in aiding many homeowners with quicker sales and less price reductions. Now pairing her abilities as a RE Stager, her expansive business background and the love of working with people, Angie will provide personalized, professional and courteous Real Estate expertise for you. Knowing that your home is typically one of, it not the, most valuable assets you own, she believes in presenting your home at its best, regardless of the price point. In 2013, her first year with Manormor Sotheby's, she was celebrated as the Top Listing Agent for her office and Top New Agent for the three local Manormor Sotheby's offices. In 2014, Angie continued her success and was awarded 2014 Top Selling Agent for her office, proving her dedication and expertise in connecting homes and people. In 2015, she was awarded Top Listing Agent and Top Sales Agent in recognition of her exemplary achievement for the year of 2015. She looks forward to her continued career with the Manormor Sotheby's International Realty office as its solid reputation of cache', style and impeccable service drew her in.