Debbie Pidgeon grew up in a small town in central Illinois and graduated from Lincoln Land Community College while playing softball. She continued her studies at Union College in Barbourville, KY where she earned a Bachelor''s in Psychology and completed her collegiate softball career. Then completed her M.S in Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky. Debbie was a teacher trainer and community developer in Namibia while serving at a school. She worked in state government more than a decade with the Department of Child Services and Serve Indiana.
Debbie''s first home was a duplex, and she was introduced to her husband, Ben, by a real estate agent because he was also a duplex owner. The couple has been in property management on the near Eastside of Indianapolis for over 10 years. They have three children and 10 chickens who keep the on their toes. When not spending time with her family, she enjoys volunteering in her neighborhood and being a Girl Scout troop leader.
Debbie excels at connecting resources and researching options in order to help her clients. The roots clients establish through buying a home are a piece of their puzzle in life, and she values being able to help facilitate people in finding their roots and transferring their roots when it''s time to sell. Her goal is to listen to her clients needs and helping them achieve what they want.
Debbie believes that at the heart of all real estate through buying and selling, one statement is important for our society - love your neighbor.