Your home will likely be the greatest financial investment you’ll ever make. With the help of a trained, experienced real estate agent, it can also be your wisest. Give yourself every opportunity to come out on top by working with a real estate professional from Fine Properties.
Originally from Kentucky, Leigh Anne made the move to Florida in 1986 with her family. She graduated from The University of South Florida in 1996 with a B.S. degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology. However, after graduating, she entered into an equine venture with her then husband and together they trained American Saddlebred horses and ran a show barn for 14 years. Leigh Anne is also a photographer and embraces any opportunity to capture that special moment, whether it’s a cherished family milestone, an equine or canine companion, or prized real estate. After spending time at home with her daughter while running her photography business, she has now made the transition into real estate and is a sales agent with Fine Properties. Leigh Anne is passionate about guiding customers through the home buying experience while maintaining a level of comfort that is a reflection of her outgoing and kind personality. She believes that communication is the key to a successful relationship between a real estate agent and the customer. Leigh Anne prides herself on her listening skills and is very detail oriented. She is anxious to serve her customers using the latest technology, all while not forgetting the value of professionalism and a genuine caring demeanor. In her free time, Leigh Anne most enjoys spending time with her daughter, family and friends. She also enjoys every opportunity to spend time with anything equine and attending horse shows. Her passion for photography is always a driving force in her life and she photographs life any chance she gets.
With years of experience helping local buyers and sellers just like yourself, I know how to locate the finest properties and negotiate the best deals. It’s my job to know about the latest market conditions, government regulations, and upcoming developments — so you don’t have to.
Leigh Anne Rodgers