Hi! I’m Julie, the Listing & Transaction Coordinator at McCallion & McCallion, avid book reader, and spontaneous traveler.
My job at McCallion & McCallion is to help you through the contract-to-close process of buying or selling your home with our team. I also assist our listing agents with the paperwork and information needed to list your home for sale. This is a natural fit for me, following a ten-year tenure as a data quality analyst, and my previous work in telecommunication customer service.
To be honest, I never thought I’d join the real estate industry since no one in my family was in the business. I grew up dreaming of becoming an astronaut, a lawyer, a doctor or an accountant. But, a few years ago, I purchased a property for myself, which led me to realize just how involved and exciting the real estate industry is!
As a client myself, my experience with the real estate team who helped me purchase my dream home was simply amazing. Since then, I loved the idea of helping to turn someone else’s home buying dreams into a reality by making the process just as smooth and enjoyable as mine was.
Work life balance is important to me. So, in my free time, I travel! I like going places I have never been just to relax and enjoy nature and meet different people. I love hiking, canyoneering, zip-lining, cycling, snorkeling, and kayaking. Going on adventures with my family are some of my most cherished life moments. Getting lost while exploring hiking trails or new cities is all a part of the experience!
When I’m not out and about exploring, I spend time reading books about life, adventure, and travel. My entire spirit believes that “Life itself should be lived,” and so that’s the motto by which I live!
Advice from the Ocean: Be shore of yourself. Come out of your shell. Take time to coast. Avoid pier pressure. Sea life’s beauty. Don’t get so tide down on work that you miss out on life’s beautiful waves.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading more about me! I’d love to swap travel stories with you sometime. What do you love best about Sanibel Island and the Southwest Florida area?