“As a third generation Floridian who was born and raised in the St. Pete area, I bring a lifetime of local knowledge of the Bay area and a distinct focus on the neighborhoods in which I grew up,” says Crissy McWilliams. Clients searching for the first home, an upgraded home to fit career advancements and expanding families or their dream retirement property in Snell Isle, the Old Northeast District or St. Pete Beach will find that Crissy is an extremely knowledgeable agent with a relentless work ethic who will not rest until their goals are exceeded.
Beginning her foray into real estate, Crissy had the opportunity to work with the Strickland Property Group for 18 months prior to earning her license nearly a year ago. This valuable experience allowed her to learn the ins and outs of the business in a team support role that is integral to the success of the group while seamlessly transitioning into the next phase of her career. Today, Crissy’s engaging personality, honest approach and sincere commitment to positive relationship building are winning clients and growing her large network of industry connections. This has allowed Crissy to create a full spectrum approach to her business, providing her clients with every detail necessary for a successful deal. From finance options, titles and insurance, legal contacts, contractors and much more, her clients have access to any service they need.
A native of St. Pete, Crissy attended St. Pete Christian School where her mother taught for over 20 years and her father served as a board member of the affiliated church. College took Crissy to the University of Florida where she earned her degree in Public Relations and minored in Event Planning before returning to the Bay area. Crissy’s professional accomplishments include traveling the country with NASCAR’s Sports Marketing team and as the Development Officer for a local children’s hospital where she built and maintained positive, professional relationship throughout the local corporate community.
Crissy’s love for her hometown and all the community has to offer is evident immediately upon meeting her and she takes great pride in helping others find their home in St. Pete. Whenever possible, she enjoys boating and spending time with her family and friends. A resident of St. Pete Beach, she is deeply connected to her community and continues her work with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital as a volunteer and 15-year Guild member.