One visit to Greensboro to visit family and Bridgette Johnson was sold. It took her and husband ten years to realize their dream, but their perseverance paid off and for the past six years she’s been happy to call this her new hometown.
“Greensboro’s sense of community was obvious from the start,” Bridgette says. “Being a REALTOR® you have to be rooted in your community and that was so easy to do in this quintessential southern town.”
Relocating from out of state has also led her to a unique perspective to help others who may be moving into the community. “My first-hand experience gives me empathy for those in a similar situation,” she says. “It's my pleasure to introduce people to Greensboro/High Point the way I was introduced and hear their expressions about our city.”
It wasn’t just her move to a new town that led her on a path to real estate. She has firsthand knowledge of what goes on behind-the-scenes, too. "This was a career change for me, so I found myself fully immersed spending time networking and learning from other Realtors, appraisers and lenders."
It was patience and perseverance that led her to Greensboro six years ago, and it’s these same traits that have made her a tremendous REALTOR® today.