A late-in-life author, Rebecca ‘Becky’ Templeman has been licensed to sell real estate since 1988. Educated with a B.A. Degree from Colorado State University, her career in bank marketing paved the road to real estate. Along the way she has served The Rutherford Institute, and the parent-advisory committee that raised needed funds for the new baseball facility at Western Albemarle High School.
Albert Einstein wrote,’Nothing happens until something moves.’ Becky knows how to move! (30 times, to be exact.) She knows the real estate process is fast or furious, ultimately resulting in a happy ending. Fascinated by history, and old houses with curb appeal and local color, her avocation as a writer weaves its way into her ‘real job’ as a real estate broker. She sees things you might otherwise overlook. Growing up in an historic mid-western town, she recognizes the value of community pride and the value of home ownership for all.
After a two-year sabbatical, Rebecca returned to beautiful Charlottesville/Albemarle County in 2016. Privileged to be working again with Sally Du Bose/Principal Broker and her unique real estate firm, Becky supports the front and back ends of a dynamic firm, and takes a few listings of her own. It’s a nice balance between writing books and brokering contracts! Volume 4 of Rebecca Templeman’s literary series, SEVEN DAYS IN CARRINGTON, was released in May 2018, in the midst of a very active spring real estate market.