Taylor first stepped foot in Charleston while visiting friends in the Spring of 2010. After just a few days touring the city (and falling head-over-heels for its charm, beaches, cobblestone streets, and restaurants), she boarded a plane back home to San Diego with a plan in place to relocate as soon as possible. In less than a year, she packed her car with all her belongings and hit the road back to Charleston without looking back.
Armed with a nursing degree from Kaplan College in Vista, CA, she was able to transfer her nursing license to South Carolina. Taylor worked at Roper St. Francis in Mount Pleasant before hanging up her scrubs to spend almost three years working in legal nurse consulting, helping to write life care plans for trial attorneys throughout the country. As they say in nursing, burnout is a real thing – and Taylor made the decision to attend Real Estate school and start doing something that genuinely made her happy. In her first year as an agent, Taylor was awarded the “Rookie of the Year” award by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors. The proof was in the pudding, so they say, that she had found her true passion.
Taylor spent previous years as a nurse advocating for her patients and feels that she is able to carry that over into her relationships with her Real Estate clients. The decision to buy or sell (or both at the same time) can be scary and daunting. But it doesn’t have to be! We get to live in one of the most amazing cities in the world, and Taylor has a special way of making the process fun, keeping her clients involved in every aspect of the process, and celebrating right alongside them at the end of a successful transaction. The relationships she has built with her clients have often turned into long-lasting friendships – and she feels you should expect nothing less when working with her as your agent.
Taylor lives on James Island with her husband, Billy and 3-year-old son, Thomas. She is an active yogi and beach-goer and is constantly on the hunt for good old-fashioned Mexican food.