Real estate sales and marketing requires knowledge, professional commitment, and a desire to continually meet and exceed each client's expectations. My business has been built on those attributes and on the principles of integrity, trust and performance. I work with these in mind as I search for the right buyer for your commercial property, as well as finding what fits your commercial or investment interests. From the beginning of our working relationship, my objective is to understand your real estate needs and ensure that your goals are met.
On my website, you will find information to explore available multifamily or commercial listings, as well as local information you need to buy or sell a home. If you need more information about commercial and investment properties or homes in your area, please contact me today so I can provide you with the latest information.
In order to give you both connection and confidence as I work to navigate the commercial real estate landscape for you, let me share some of my background. First of all, the best reason for me to be a commercial broker with F. C. Tucker Company's Commercial Division is that I am able to team up with my husband, Scott Pollom, Sr. CCIM, who has an outstanding reputation as well as 33 years of successful, diversified, commercial and investment real estate brokerage experience. Joining him in his brokerage business is our newest adventure, adding to opportunities that have been woven into the fabric of our forty year marriage, where our five children have kept us growing, updated, and invigorated throughout the years; rendering life ever ripe with possibility.
I am a lifelong resident of Indianapolis, graduating from Ladywood High School, then attending Indiana University, earning a BA in Political Science and Economics. My work experience after college began with American Fletcher National Bank, now Chase Bank. After completing their extensive Career Development Program, I became a banking center manager in the branch bank system. At the time, banking was local and comprehensive, so my training included a broad base of financial management skills focused on commercial, retail, and mortgage lending as well as business development with the responsibility of both banking center personnel and profitability management. I have always been grateful for the solid foundation my banking experience gave me, especially the opportunity it afforded to meet both business and retail clients, giving me appreciation and insight into how to facilitate their plans within a broad range of financial parameters.
I left banking, hoping to take a break and start a family, but our plans did not match with God's timing. After several disappointing months, I was encouraged to take a job managing the radiology office at Methodist Hospital, now part of IU Health. It was a wonderful experience, managing a staff of 37 who worked around the clock, literally around the clock. In the days before digital technology, we operated with an amazing volume of X-rays and procedures generated from main X-ray, the emergency room, and the children's pavilion. Along with helping to facilitate the operational needs of the hospital's group of radiologists, my direct responsibility included: office personnel management, steno pool oversight, training and scheduling, patient admissions, processing of the X-rays and their dictated reports (including updating charts of inpatients). Of course, keeping track of and storing the film while making them available for specialists and surgeons was critical. Working with the patients, doctors, and staff in this meaningful effort was a joy. After hiring and training an assistant, I had to leave this administrative job because I was named to act as both co-executor and co-trustee of my father's estate. During the two years that it took to settle my dad's complex estate, we were blessed with the births of our two oldest daughters. Also during that time, my husband worked full time during the day while earning his MBA at night through Indiana University. Those were busy years that got even busier as our lives were filled with five children. There were times during the peak of our busy family life where my husband and I knew that if we were at the same place one of us was at the wrong place. We were running the rapids on a roaring river and it was a treat to be able to be a part of it. I was happy to be able to be home with the children, giving me the flexibility to be a member of multiple LLC real estate investment ventures. I was also involved in a variety of church, school and community volunteer groups ranging from preparing engaged couples for marriage to scouting leadership for both the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. In scouting, I encouraged the children to become competent and fearless, our son is both an Eagle Scout and a Firecrafter. Volunteering in a variety of organizations over the years was the mortar between the bricks, so to speak. It kept me connected and busy in ways that enhanced our family life and contributed to the community. I especially enjoyed the curriculum committee and the related work that I was asked to participate in while a parent at Cathedral High School. Our children had a vast array of interests, keeping us both connected and entertained. Their extra curricular interests in academics, athletics, and theatre kept me involved, frequently offering hospitality, food, and fund raising support for their programs. On a personal note, over the years, I have been involved with the Gabriel Project, assisting young women in crisis pregnancies. Recently, I served on a Blue Ribbon Committee at Cathedral High School to explore how to integrate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) into the existing curriculum. Currently, I am taking a Master Naturalist Class, seeking to find ways to understand and protect our natural environment. I love the outdoors, in every season.
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