Ann, a gregarious, personable person, has divided her time between making people happy with new homes and giving back to her community. "I find it easy to sell the Corrales lifestyle since I enjoy being a part of every phase of it." A past president and board member of Corrales MainStreet Ann co-chaired the Quilt & Wine Fair and chaired the Economic Development Committee. Ann helped put Corrales on the map as a desirable place to buy a home and live by being named 19th out of the "100 Best Places to Live" by Money Magazine." My two proudest moments were when I received Governor Richardson's 2008 MainStreet Leadership Award and Corrales received the Money Magazine designation."
As Chairman of the Mayor's Comprehensive Plan Review and Revision task force Ann used her real estate background to help draft new ordinances and revise old ones to make the Village a better place in which to live, purchase a home and do business.
The rich history and culture of the Village attracted Ann to be a docent at Casa San Ysidro Museum and the the Old Church where she could demonstrate the educational and cultural aspects that make Corrales such a wonderful place to live.
Along with being involved in business, government and cultural entities of Corrales, Ann also participates in the Kiwanis Club doing service projects for children and the community and networking with business owners.
After spending many fond years in Corrales Ann feels that the Village needs a brokerage with a thorough knowledge of Corrales-the history, terrain, culture, traditions and ambitions. "No one knows or can sell Corrales better than Ann Taylor."
"I am a customer focused Realtor dedicated to achieving results and providing exceptional service. 90% of my business comes from happy past customers and friends who respect my ethics, experience and dedication. If you are in the market to buy or sell a home, I will put my 29 years of real estate expertise to work for you! My goal is to make every move a smooth move and to have every customer experience a "wow" transaction."