Sarah Drew Mulvaney
The story of how Sarah Drew Mulvaney became a real estate agent doesn't follow the typical plot, but it's still an interesting one.
Sarah Drew graduated from Auburn with a marketing degree. She soon found herself working for Luxury Home Magazine that focuses on high-end homes. But, she says she always knew selling those homes was something she wanted to do as well. She says she simply was waiting for the right time and the right brokerage.
Now, she has that storybook ending with Scenic Sotheby's International Realty. And she wants to help families make their dreams come true by finding homes they're going to make memories in for the rest of their lives. She also focuses on investment opportunities for buyers.
Listening to what her client wants is important to Sarah Drew. She says she can tell what they want and need even if they don't say it directly. She prides herself on being on a team with her clients, helping them find a property they'll hold onto for years to come.
Sarah Drew says she learned a lot about the job and the market from dozens of agents while working for the magazine, especially Scenic Sotheby's International Realty's Debbie Webb Watson.
An Alabama native, Sarah Drew has lived in the 30A area for about three years. But before that, she visited the area three or four times a year since she was little. When she isn't working, she loves to wakeboard and spend time with her fiancé and her dog. She also loves to play soccer, which she calls her therapy, and cheering on the Auburn Tigers in football and other sports.
Maybe it's because her godmother is Jodi Benson, who is the voice of Ariel and Barbie, but Sarah Drew is ready to help you make your Emerald Coast real estate dreams come true.