Krystal and her family have made Nashville their home for over a decade. Moving from her home town of Janesville, WI. Krystal currently resides in the Hermitage area, with her son's Payton and Kaleb. Payton is a 6th grader that enjoys a shared family passion of racing,music,song writing and acting. Kaleb is a 2nd grader that also enjoys racing, anything outdoors from swimming to kayaking, and occasionally "morphing" into a spider monkey or whatever animal he has recently become interested in.
Krystal enjoys swimming, reading, laughing until her cheeks hurt, painting, crafts, design, interior design, and of course making joyful memories with her friends and family. Krystal has volunteered with the Epilepsy Foundation as well as other charity organizations to help communities further their reach to those that may need it.
Krystal has had the privilege of working and living throughout Middle Tennessee, adding to her experience and knowledge of the economy and real estate market. Krystal moved to Tennessee and became a leadership member with The Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Her compassion for people comes strongly from dealing with others through work within this government agency. After leaving the Department of Labor, she took a part time executive assistant job within the business interior design and commercial furniture installation field, through hard work she worked her way to Office Manager and assisted with overall Operations.
Krystal obtained her real estate license, passed the exam, and continued coaching and education. In early 2018, she joined DeSelm's Real Estate; after much research into their history,she knew she found her new family. Krystal is an Affiliate Broker and REALTOR®
and is associated with Greater Nashville REALTORS®. Krystal believes she is in the business of people, and strives to make real connections so that she not only creates the best home buying and selling experience, but creates a potential lifelong friend as well.
"At the end of the day, you want someone you're comfortable telling the good and the bad to. I'm that person." - Krystal