Nicole was born in Bay City, Michigan. She stayed there until she finished the fourth grade, then her mom got transferred and they relocated to Dallas, Texas. It was here that Nicole spent the rest of her student career, up through high school.
After high school, she and her mother relocated to South Florida. She attended Florida State University in Tallahassee and studied Public Relations/Communications as her major. After college, she decided that some R&R was in order. She moved to Breckenridge, Colorado, where she became a bartender/cocktail waitress to make ends meet and support her snowboarding passion.
After spending six years in the Colorado snow, she was a lead flight attendant for American Airlines for five years. When the terrorist attacks on 9/11 took place, she decided that another career move was in order. She moved to Brevard County to be near her father, who had encouraged her to get her real estate license while she was still flying.
She went to work for RE/MAX in 2002 at her father’s office. He was a well-established broker who had been in business a long time, and his knowledge of the real estate industry was a huge asset for Nicole. She jumped into her career with both feet and did well. She loved real estate so much, she decided to get a broker’s license in 2008.
In 2012, her dad told her that he was getting out of the RE/MAX game and he wanted her to take over his franchise She decided to take a leap of faith and became broker/owner of her very own RE/MAX real estate office.
A couple of years and a merger with another brokerage later, she has 15 of the best agents in Brevard County and is looking to grow her business. The tears have made her stronger, the fear has made her persevere and her faith gave her the courage to get out of bed and face whatever the day was ready to give her.