Roz was born in England and immigrated to Canada with her parents and three siblings when she was quite young. Her father proudly served with the Royal Navy in England as well as the Royal Canadian Navy as a submariner and then worked for the provincial government. Her mother was a nurse in burn units in London, a full time mother and eventually a librarian at the Dartmouth regional library prior to her retirement. Both of Roz's brothers served in the Canadian Military for a number of years as well as Roz who worked in the summer reserves which was a very good experience for an 18 year old girl. She has a very special sister who was born with many challenges. She is the person who taught this Prince family the most!
As a real estate professional Roz has been involved with literally thousands of real estate transactions thru all types of markets which equates to tremendous practical knowledge as well as continuing education thru courses.
Some of the courses include (but not limited to): Negotiating, financing, contracts, environmental, marketing, advertising, new construction, ethics, septics and wells, market trends, legal issues, insurance issues and estate law.
She served as a member of the Conduct Review Committee (or Discipline Committee) of the Nova Scotia Association of Realtors for over 15 years and on the Complaint Review Committee for the Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission for a 3 year term(this committee is in place to review public member's complaints).
Roz has personally bought and sold a number of homes. She has lived in Forest Hills, Eastern Passage, Mineville, Porter’s Lake, Dartmouth near Manor Park and Lake Banook, Lakeshore Park and presently lives in Russell Lake West. She has built two homes with two different contractors, and has sold homes for at least 50 different builders.
Roz has been and continues to be active in her community. She was on the Board of Directors for the Kiwanis Music Festival
She was on the Board of Directors for Crime Stoppers, she has run and organized charity events for Easter Seals, She has served as a director for the Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Foundation. She regularly donates to many other organizations as well as sponsoring kids sports teams. If you or someone you know has kids that require sponsorship please contact us…we may be able to help.