Betsy has been involved commercial real estate for thirty years. She started her career in Atlanta working for a world renowned architect and real estate developer, John Portman. During her tenure, she raised over $3 billion in financing to construction Class A real estate and subsequently was a key player in a high profile debt restructuring encompassing 30 financial institutions from around the globe. She then went on to launch the first rated (Fitch and S&P) special servicing platform for distressed franchise loans and spent six years unwinding an estimated $3 billion in troubled assets for players including Lehman Brother and GMAC. Thereafter, Betsy spent fifteen years as the Executive Vice President of Greystone Funding Corporation in New York, where she headed up the loan servicing and asset management division as well as the FHA Multifamily and Healthcare Lending Division. Under her direction, the lending platform grew from being a small laggard to the highest grossing lender in the county, in just five years and remained top two lender throughout her duration. Betsy bought her first home in the Northern Neck in White Stone in 2015 as a summer home. In 2018 she made the decision to retire from the corporate world and the Northern Neck became her permanent home. In 2020, she moved to Irvington where she enjoys living on Carter's Creek. After two years of "retirement", she decided that it was a curse entered the world of residential real estate. With in-depth knowledge of finance, lending, loan servicing, appraisal, underwriting, taxes, insurance, capital markets, real estate markets, property condition assessment, coupled with her business acumen, professionalism and highest level of integrity, it was an easy transition.