Wasatch Front Neighborhoods
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” A truism by Helen Keller that sums up Betsy and her passion for living and connecting with the world around her. Betsy’s wanderlust and penchant for volunteering has taken her to the far reaches of the globe. Her love of the Utah mountains calls her back to her Wasatch home every time.
She believes Salt Lake City is the best place in the world to plant your roots and grow. She also considers every client to be a lifelong friend. What starts as a business meeting usually ends with a shared meal or an adventure up the canyons. Because her clients are like family, she will always put them first and work tenaciously on their behalf.
Betsy has a BA in Advertising and has worked both in agency and in house within the tech, outdoor, retail and finance space. She’s an expert in national and international relocation to and from Salt Lake City, with a primary focus on refugees resettling in Utah.
Draper, Utah is Salt Lake’s southernmost east-side city. Its foothill neighborhoods are known for their spacious homes, quiet cul-de-sacs and spectacular views. In old Draper, you will find shady parks, farm properties, and more affordable homes and condominiums. Draper’s public school system offers quality neighborhood and public charter options. And private schools such as Juan Diego and Waterford (in nearby Sandy) are consistently ranked best in state.
As first time home owners we were very nervous about this process especially with the market being so crazy right now. Betsy is an exceptional realtor who went above and beyond for our family. She helped us find our perfect home and she did it all virtually as we were still living in a different state! Betsy and the team at Niche Home kept us organized, fought for us when we found what we were looking for and helped with so many little details all along the way both before during and after the offering process in a truly crazy market.