Get to know Christine Taylor
Christine Taylor brings an interesting and valuable mix of business savvy and creativity as a Broker with Allen Tate. She began her career in marketing in Nashville, TN, working in a broad range of marketing roles, including research, communications and strategic planning for government agencies, non-profit organizations and corporations. Clients included Bridgestone/Firestone USA and Canada, MCA Records and Hospital Corporation of America.
Christine brings a proven track record in sales, marketing and entrepreneurship to her real estate career. She was one of Nashville's top performing promotional marketing salespersons for several years before starting her own promotional marketing firm. She counted several multi-national corporations as clients before selling her company and moving to Greensboro.
One of the keys to Christine's success in promotional marketing was her creativity, and once in Greensboro, her creative side really took over. With a father who was a commercial artist in New York City, Christine always knew that she had artistic genes. So, she decided to leave the corporate world for awhile and let her creative juices flow.
Christine spent months honing her skills in oil painting and then launched a successful career as an artist. She still shows her works at leading Greensboro galleries, hosts events at her home studio and showcases her work on her Web site. Christine is committed to always devoting a portion of her life to one of her great passions.
This coming together of marketing, sales and art experience creates a winning combination for Christine's real estate clients. She is very adept at marketing homes, negotiating the best deals for her clients, and helping her clients stage their homes for optimum sales returns. This level of varied experience is especially important for customers who are trying to sell their home in today's market.
A native of Scotland, Christine is married to John, a vice president at Trone Public Relations. They have two daughters - Alexandra (a junior at UNC-Chapel Hill) and Tori (a senior at Northwest High School).