Originally from Indiana, at age twelve Apryl moved to Birmingham, Alabama. She graduated summa cum laude from Auburn University with a degree in Political Science and English, and received a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Virginia. After graduate school she moved to Northeast Tennessee where she taught at a junior college before getting her real estate license in 1993. Apryl was a top producing agent, worked with Cartus Relocation clients, earned multiple designations, and got her broker’s license in 2006. She focused on educating others about contracts, agency, Fair Housing issues, ethics, and professionalism throughout her real estate career; taught classes to new agents and seasoned agents; and established and conducted training programs.
Apryl is a certified by the South Carolina Real Estate Commission as an instructor and has taught real estate continuing education classes, broker classes, pre-licensing classes, and advanced principles in real estate. She still enjoys teaching when her schedule allows.
After her many years as a real estate agent and broker in Tennessee, Apryl relocated to Charleston where she graduated cum laude from the Charleston School of Law. Following a year with a large non-profit in Washington, DC, where she worked alongside case managers to achieve housing stability for formerly homeless clients, Apryl returned to South Carolina to take the bar exam and ultimately practice real estate law with The Floyd Law Firm.
Apryl handles both residential and commercial real estate transactions and any other real estate related matters. She is a member of the South Carolina Bar, the Horry County Bar Association, The South Carolina Women’s Law Association, the American Bar Association, and the Real Estate Practice Section of the South Carolina Bar.
South Carolina, 2017
Charleston School of Law, Charleston, South Carolina
J.D. cum laude, 2015
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
B.A. summa cum laude, 1980
CALI Award for Public Interest Law and the Poor
CALI Award for Higher Education Law
American Bar Association
South Carolina Bar Association
Horry County Bar Association
South Carolina Real Estate Commission Certified Instructor
South Carolina Women’s Law Association
South Carolina Bar, Real Estate Practice Section