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Becky has a deep love for the Craftsman bungalows, well manicured Tudors and the stunning Mediterraneans lining our neighborhoods along the lakes and parkway. After many lessons through her own renovation experiences and in selling real estate for the past 7 years, Becky is a firm believer in the transformative power of design -- not only in the spaces we choose to reside in, but also in the return on investment when selling. You will see this consistently touched upon when touring homes and/or preparing for market.
Becky and her wife Gracie moved from their beloved home in Kingfield to a 1916 Craftsman in East Harriet where they are raising their two daughters, Millie and Alma, along with dog, Murphy. A Shenandoah Terrace 4-plex also keeps them busy as they are dedicated to remodeling and updating each property they own. They love each new house they take on, the craziness of family and real estate!
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Nora's love for everything "home" is rooted in her love for entertaining and an appreciation for the home as the place that we ground ourselves daily and experience many of our life milestones. Nora cut her teeth on real estate focusing on downtown condos but is drawn to Arts & Crafts and Mid-Century Modern homes.
Home buying and selling, while a major milestone in itself, usually marks additional life milestones, like expanding families, new jobs, empty nesting, and retirement. Nora loves working with clients as they transition through life. It's usually a significant milestone for clients marked by deep emotions and endless logistics, and a good agent makes that process as smooth and easy as possible. "I want my clients to always feel that they have all the information they need, understand the implications, can make informed decisions and know what comes next as we navigate the complexities of real estate."
Nora is on her second Craftsman/Foursquare in Kingfield, where she lives with her husband Brent, 2 kiddos Holden & Augustus, and dog Brinkley. Hopefully, this is the long-term home, but in this business, it's hard to not fall in love.
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Michele spent her first 18 years on a family farm in the bluff country of Wisconsin. After her college years spent in Iowa, she moved to the Twin Cities where she has jumped around from Eden Prairie, St. Louis Park, Uptown & Northeast. Having lived in all types of properties from rented rooms, apartments, duplexes, and single-family homes she has a unique understanding that each season of life has its own needs.
She comes to Quinby & Webb from a creative background in the performing arts where her love of design, organization and personal connection meld perfectly with real estate. Whether life has you selling the place you’ve called home for years; purchasing your first home; downsizing to a condo or venturing into an investment property, Michele would love to be your resource for all things real estate. A lot of emotion comes with making the choice to pack those boxes and she welcomes the opportunity to offer calm guidance and education during an already demanding process.
Michele lives in a 1938 story and a half home in Nordeast with her husband, Justin, their young son, Aaron, along with their 2 cats, Hedwig & Minnie.