I enjoy photography, hiking, camping, reading, and traveling in my spare time.
I am originally from Southern Illinois but my husband and I have lived in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee; and we have now lived in Brownsburg for the past 5 years. My husband has worked with Pepsi for over 20 years. We have a 23 year old son who just finished his degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Cincinnati.
I have been working with the real estate industry for the past four years shooting virtual tours of properties. During this time I also ran a portrait studio out of my home. I enjoy meeting new people and facing new challenges. If you are interested in buying or selling a home please contact me.
I am a member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of REALTORS® (MIBOR), the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), and the Indiana Association of REALTORS® (IAR). I specialize in the northwest metropolitan Indianapolis real estate market and can help you in buying or selling a home.
In my free time I enjoy running, yoga, hiking, and gardening along with reading, crocheting, and sewing. I have completed a full marathon, 7 half marathons, many 5 & 10Ks and trail races. I am the current secretary of the Hendricks County Runners and an assistant coach with AJAA Jr. Runners. In our free time we like to explore the natural beauty of Indiana and enjoy the wonderful local food and drink available throughout the area.
I am a farm girl from Rush County, Indiana. I graduated from Ball State University with a BS in Environmental Science in 1997. My husband and I married in 1999, moved to Avon, and we have lived here ever since. We have one son, a 5th grader in Avon schools, who loves reading, karate, music, and video games, and a 2 year old Golden Retriever who loves being with her family and playing with her boy. For the last 11 years I have been caring for our son as a stay-home-mom, as well as assisting
my husband in his business.
Having relocated my family in the past, I understand what it's like to move into a new home in an unfamiliar area. I know the importance of not only finding the right home, but also the right schools, employment, and neighborhoods. I love Indiana and all it has to offer its residents, and in this challenging real estate market, the right agent, resources, and technology DO make a difference.
If you're looking for a Realtor who cares, who listens, and who understands your needs, call me for a free consultation. Together we'll find you the perfect home, and I guarantee that it will be a pleasant, fun experience. I'll go the extra mile to make sure you are completely satisfied.
Hobbies: We live in the country and find life divided into two seasons: outside and inside. We enjoy bird watching, time on our screened porch and our Labrador Retrievers, Bentley and Maggie. We are involved in our church's activities and worked to establish the Maple Lawn Farmstead in Zionsville. Steve enjoys long distance running, wood working projects, reading and spending time with the dogs. Becky loves to garden, read, cook and do needlework projects.
About Us: Becky's career in real estate began in 1999 after serving as Nation Director of a trauma prevention program associated with Methodist Hospital of Indiana and as an elementary teacher in California. Steve had a 25 year career with Eli Lilly & Co. and Dow AgroSciences before retiring in 2004. Currently, Steve is Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Boone County as well as being active in real estate. We have experience in sales, communication, training and organizational skills. The "Furste Team" strives to be" to be "first" in meeting our clients' wishes and needs with an excellent purchase and re-sale value important components. Continual education and training keep us abreast of the continually changing market. We strive to serve each of you with honesty and professionalism.
Specializations: With Steve's ties to the corporate world, Becky's initial real estate involvement began with corporate relocation, as aspect both truly enjoy. Being native Hoosiers (we can tell you the origin of that word), having lived in Carmel, Indianapolis and currently Zionsville (20 years) , we know Central Indiana like our own backyard.