Linda Thrasher
Growing up in Tanzania East Africa, My grandmother fostered in me the essentials of life, living and being. The importance of conservation, recycling, reuse of materials and the keen awareness of being in tune with ones surroundings, this helped establish my foundation. Coming to the United States at the age of 6; having to learn English were defining moments in my life. The process allowed me to be patient, to listen intently while paying attention to details, to problem solve, to assist in my understanding and development of a new language and a new culture. In my career and every day endeavors, I still utilize these core principles. By Listening, I am able to understand your needs as a seller or buyer, adapting these needs into finding a home that is well suited for you and; selling your home while conveying all that you’ve loved about your home. Sustaining communication and a working relationship that goes beyond the closing table is paramount to who I am as your Realtor®. In my children I have instilled the importance of being aware and conscientious, of earnestly wanting the best for others and ourselves, and, of giving the best of ourselves to others. When it comes to one of the most important life decisions one makes, my service to my clientele is of the utmost importance to me. I want you to feel that I represented you well and allowed you to breathe a sigh of relief. My statement sincere sustainable service encompasses so much of who I am, not only as a Realtor®, but also as a citizen and inhabitant for this smart planet. Sincerity in my actions, knowing my service as Realtor® encourages stability for an individual, a family, and community. Sustaining a community with a new homeowner is such a great joy. It is more than the process, it is the experience. To live content with small means; to seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion; to be worthy, not respectable; and wealthy, not rich; to study hard, think quietly, talk gently, act frankly…to listen to stars and buds, to babes and sages, with open heart; await occasions, hurry never…this is my symphony. William Henry Channing