Owner, Broker-in-Charge, CLHMS, RSPS, PSA
Before transitioning into Charleston real estate, Tricia served in the medical field as a physical therapist for more than 15 years. Although these two ventures may seem worlds apart, for her the common denominator is helping others make smart, informed decisions that will significantly impact their quality of life.
With this simple mission to continue helping others and contribute to her community in a meaningful way, Tricia founded Island House Real Estate in 2018. Known for her empathetic approach, creative solutions and unmatched stiletto sprint, she is proud to earn deep, lasting relationships with her clients based through hard work, dedication and success in helping them find home.
Among her many accolades, Tricia is a Realtor of Distinction being recognized among the top 2% of Charleston Realtors, and an East Cooper Top Producer composed of the top real estate agents representing the East Cooper and Daniel Island areas.
In addition to serving as the broker-in-charge for Island House Real Estate, she is also a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), member of the Million Dollar Guild, Resort & Second-Home Specialist (RSPS), and a National Association of Realtors certified Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) and Sellers Representative Specialist (SRS).
Tricia graduated with her B.S. in Biology from Gannon University and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Slippery Rock University. After moving to Charleston in 2008, she dove full speed ahead into her Real Estate career.
For each and every client, Tricia hopes they will look back on Island House Real Estate for years to come with a smile knowing they put their trust in the right team and were in the best hands from listing to close.
Tricia and her husband Brett, along with their three children, live on Daniel Island. Between closings, staging, photos, social media posts, newsletters, meetings, paperwork, and running comps, Tricia can be found with her husband and kids on the boat, at the beach, working on renovation projects, or in St. Maarten floating in the blue sea.