Elizabeth Byrne is the Brand Marketing Manager
for Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate corporate office in Madison, New
1. Which of our BHGRE® P.A.I.G.E. (Passion, Authenticity, Inclusion, Growth,
Excellence) core values do you identify with most, and why?
Growth. I want to keep learning and trying new
things, in every aspect of my life but especially with my work here at BHGRE.
2. What are your
favorite qualities in a customer?
I love when I get to talk to all the people in our
network who love the brand as much as I do!
3. What is the one
characteristic that’s helped you the most in your career?
Our CEO, Sherry Chris, recently said at Fusion 2019
that here at Better Homes and Gardens
Real Estate “there is no job too big nor too small. Everyone gets dirty” and I
think that’s always been my mindset. I’m drawn to environments that give you
the opportunity jump in fully.
4. What was the last
book you read?
Vegetables, Chickens & Bees. An Honest Guide to Growing Your Own Food Anywhere, written by our own, Ask A Pro, Carson Arthur. I am now obsessed with planting a garden!
5. If you were not in
real estate, what would you be doing?
I would be a writer for Saturday Night Live, but
unfortunately, they won’t return my calls.
6. What was the last
song you heard that you couldn’t stop humming?
Taylor Swift, Shake it Off.
Shoot, now it’s in my head again…
7. Who is your
My sister-in-law. She’s been fighting stage 4 colon
cancer for a decade now, all while raising four amazing kids and enjoying her life with her husband and family. She’s a tough cookie.
8. What is your
“DYB”! Do your best, it’s what I yell down the
driveway as my sons leave for the day.
9. If you could sell a
home in any market in the world, where would it be?
Puerto Rico. But I’d prefer to be the buyer.
advice would you give your younger self starting out in real estate?
While I’m not a real estate agent, I would tell
someone just starting out at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate to invest the
time and learn all there is to know about what the brand has to offer. We’ve done much of the ground work for you.
It’s important to work hard, but also work smart!
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