Denver, CO 80212
Like many real estate professionals, I entered the business as a second act. My first career was in communications as a writer, journalist, and corporate marketing-services provider. I transitioned into real estate journalism and then into investing, renovating homes and acquiring rentals. When I realized how my expertise could help clients in buying and selling, I became a licensed broker.
Every discipline has its advantages as preparation for real estate. Among my colleagues are former lawyers, builders, accountants, teachers, and engineers. Not to say a communications background is “best” among preparatory paths. But I'd say no sort of preparation is significantly better.
As a broker, I seek to understand your needs—often by asking the second or third "interview" question, and then comparing your interests to what’s out there in the market. I am always engaged in paperwork, reviewing and completing contracts and pursuing all forms of minute detail. I am at once a marketer, a negotiator, and an advocate for your interests in a field where clarity in communcation is absolutely essential.
Most importantly--background aside--I am like you. That is, someone who desires to do well by doing the right thing. If we can sit and talk and discuss your needs, I’m certain we’ll arrive at a plan of action that works well for both of us, and for the rest of the world around us.