Beth has been a Realtor in Greenville since 2012. Her guiding principle is that her clients’ interests always come first. Her primary focus is to LISTEN first to build a relationship with her clients, in order to find the right property or build the right marketing plan. She helps her clients navigate the process with professionalism and care, recognizing that every situation is unique. She’s constantly assessing our varied local markets doing all the hard work so that you can just enjoy the process of buying or selling your home. Beth has lived in Greenville for over 12 years, so she understands the perspective of the newcomer as well as the comfort of feeling completely at home here. She has a passion for this vibrant community and all it has to offer: fabulous public spaces, dynamic arts, first-class sports venues, natural beauty and most notably the beautiful neighborhoods all over Greenville. Beth has sold properties all over the place, from Travelers Rest to Greer to Spartanburg and Anderson. Beth and her husband, Charlie, an Upstate native, have been happily married for 30 years and have two awesome children. She has experience with both public and private schools here and can be a great resource in that regard. She also helped her own parents move here and settle into the community. Her family lives in the beautiful house that was listed by, you guessed it, Joan Herlong, when they first moved to town! Born in Connecticut and raised on Hilton Head, Beth graduated cum laude with a BA in French and International Business from Queens College in Charlotte. She has been a successful licensed insurance agent and served as the Director of Development for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Charlotte for several years. Tennis keeps her (mostly) sane, travel is her indulgence, reading lends her an escape and gardening keeps her grounded. She is a Greenville County Master Gardener, member of the Mary Alice Gibson Garden Club, and a Flight Coordinator and board member of the Upper Piedmont Tennis Association (UPTA). After years of watching kids’ soccer, she has recently returned to her first beloved sport and is coaching Special Olympics basketball.