Broker In Charge - Founder
Charleston SC 29401
Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS)
Certified Historic Properties Specialist
JD and MBA Degrees
Trusted navigator. Fairy God-sister. Those are a few of the monikers that Leslie’s friends use to describe her. The former lawyer would be in there too until she grew weary of the pursuit of the billable hour and realized her interest in and intuitive sense for real estate was what really fueled her passion. She made the career shift and never looked back—she didn’t have time to. She quickly became a top producer in the Charleston area.
Leslie's deep knowledge of local history and her love of Charleston community, combined with a genuine desire for helping people love where they live, make her an ideal partner to guide clients through solid property investment decisions. Passionate, hardworking, and discreet, Leslie offers expert guidance through the entire process of either buying or selling a home.
As a listing agent, she knows how to successfully position and sells properties, thanks to spending nearly a decade developing effective marketing and sales strategies for CNN, TNT, and Cartoon Network, both domestically and internationally (back when cable was cool). She’s got a knack for creating marketing efforts that reach the right consumer, and the know-how to real them in.
When working as a buyer's agent, Leslie works tirelessly to find the right property for each client. As a licensed attorney and certified mediator, she aggressively negotiates on her clients' behalf to get the deal done, and assists clients in navigating complex real estate transactions. She can explain the basics of a real estate contract as easily as she can deconstruct a complicated easement on a property.
A resident of downtown Charleston since 2001, Leslie is intimately familiar with the hidden gems of Charleston. She loves exploring the Lowcountry with her two children and considers it a privilege to live in the best town in America. She was a proud steward of two beautiful 19th-century homes and is thrilled that in her new rowhouse, none of the windows are painted shut. Plus, she knows a thing or two about bringing people together—just ask her about her infamous Spoleto parties.