About Trish Needham-Barnes I've been with Century 21 for over 16 years. I started my career in real estate as the Office Manager and Broker's Assistant. Working behind the scenes with Century 21 has given me the opportunity to gain a wide amount of experience and has built a solid foundation for me as a Realtor. One thing I have learned is that everyone, whether you are buying or selling, wants good customer service. Excellent customer service is something I strive to provide to my clients and customers because they deserve it! I will handle things for you in a timely matter and get all of your concerns handled promptly, I will also keep you in the loop as to what is going on until the very end. There is nothing better then helping a seller in the process of selling; especially when you know that they were provided with great service and are walking away from the transaction with a smile on their face!I grew up in this area so I know firsthand what a wonderful place it is!

The personal side:

Favorite sport: I love to play volleyball and softball but my son's sports schedule keeps me busy! Hopefully in the near future I'll have time to play again!

Favorite food: Sushi. I tried it on a cruise and fell in love with it. If I could eat it every day I would!

Unknown skill: I grew up the oldest of 5 and my mom also ran an in home daycare so I can block out noise like no other. It also takes a lot to rattle me, having 2 little brothers and 2 little sisters certainly helped in attaining that skill!

Favorite vacation spot: I travel all over Burnett, Washburn and Douglas Counties to help people find great homes for sale. But I am a hot-weather gal and will travel anywhere to be on a beach with 80 degree weather and have an umbrella drink in hand. Hawaii is hands down the most beautiful place I have been though, as my son said when we got off the plane: Mom, it smells good here!

Past times: I’m a nerd at heart, I absolutely love to read! Once I start a book I can’t put it down. I also enjoy being outdoors and being on the lake. If I’m not working in the summer you can usually find me on a Burnett County lake!