After experiencing a devastating hurricane and its aftermath, Rachel decided to embark on a career in real estate. She knew her passion was with helping people and all that she learned from her own challenge, could be a benefit to others. That prior experience along with her professionalism, attention to detail, listening skills and respectful nature are what makes Rachel a successful property manager. Not to mention, she has had experience with Imrov comedy, which helped her develop the ability to think on her feet and has always had a wonderful sense of humor. All essential in exceeding her client’s expectations!
Rachel is a mom of an adorable son, a native of Mississippi, and let’s not forget about that endearing southern accent. Rachel is passionate about helping people make these important life decisions and puts her whole heart into everything she does.
GET TO KNOW AGENT
Favorite place to relax and unwind or destress? Home with my son.
Favorite local hotspot? The Grove in Wesley Chapel
Favorite place to travel to? Tennessee
Favorite hobby (outside of real estate, of course!)? Cross stitching and painting
If you would spend one day with someone famous, who would it be? I wish it could have been a visit with Betty White
Originally called Double Branch for the area's twin creeks, the community was named for the Methodist chapel that stood on the northwest corner of SR 54 and Boyette Road. A popular nickname for the area was "Gatorville."
Since 2000, Wesley Chapel has grown rapidly. Newcomers from in and out of state have populated new luxury communities such as the Enclave at Wiregrass Apartments, Preserve at Quail Woods, Citrus Trace, Saddlewood, Brooksville, Bridgeview, Watergrass, Villages of Wesley Chapel, Seven Oaks, Country Walk, Meadow Pointe, Chapel Pines, Bridgewater, Northwood, Belle Chase, The Ridge, Estancia, Provence, Windermere Estates and Lexington Oaks. Several townhome developments have been built; Saddle Creek and Santa Fe as well as the new Atlis apartments behind Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel. A new retirement community "The Beach House" is being built just east of Mansfield Blvd on SR56.
Two of three planned malls have now opened, including the Shops at Wiregrass and a big box mall called The Grove on the northern perimeter. Wiregrass is known for its well-reviewed restaurants, bars & shops. Cypress Creek Town Center & Tampa Premium Outlets are now open (2016-17) & continuously growing. Wesley Chapel has been a major catalyst in the rapid growth of Pasco County, 38th fastest-growing County in the nation and retains much in the way of wildlife. Also as of July 2007, a new county park opened at the southwest corner of Boyette and Overpass roads. Wesley Chapel was also listed as one of the "8 boomtowns of 2008" by the Gadberry Group's annual list. Wesley Chapel has a new hospital called Florida Hospital at Wesley Chapel, and Pasco-Hernando State College's latest campus, Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch. See More... http://www.wesleychapelchamber.com/
Zephyrhills is a city in Pasco County. The population was estimated at 14,381 in the 2014 census. It is a suburb of the Tampa Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area. Zephyrhills is also known as the headquarters of the Zephyrhills bottled water and is a member of Tree City USA. The Community was founded in 1910 by Captain Howard B. Jefferies. Jefferies planned on making the community a home for Civil War Veterans. A Founders Day celebration is held annually in March.
Dade City is the County seat of Pasco County and is just north of Zephyrhills. It is popular with tourists for its antique stores, restaurants and historic architecture including the Pasco County Courthouse, Hugh Embry Library, and Edwinola. The annual Kumquat Festival is hosted downtown and the surrounding area is a large producer of the tart kumquat, a citrus fruit eaten whole. See More... http://www.visitflorida.com/en-us/cities/dade-city.html...for Zephyrhills See More... http://www.ci.zephyrhills.fl.us/.