More About Me
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When I became a licensed Realtor here in Nevada, I wrote down a list of what I think are the most important attributes a good real estate agent should possess. These are a range of key characteristics and skills that help me effectively represent my clients and achieve successful outcomes. Here are my top selling points:

1) Excellent communication skills: I’m an effective communicator who can listen to my clients needs, explain complex concepts in simple terms, and keep them informed throughout the buying or selling process.

2) Market knowledge: I have a deep understanding of the local real estate market, including trends, pricing, and inventory. I can use this knowledge to advise clients on the best strategies for buying or selling a property.

3) Strong negotiation skills: I am a skilled negotiator who can represent my clients interests and help them achieve the best possible outcome in a transaction.

4) Pricing guidance: I can help you determine the appropriate price for your home based on market conditions and comparable properties in the area.

5) Attention to detail: I am detail-oriented and able to manage multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously. I can ensure that all necessary documents and paperwork are completed accurately and on time.

6) Ethics and professionalism: I adhere to high ethical standards and always maintain a professional demeanor. I prioritize clients interests and act with integrity throughout the buying or selling process.

7) Strong work ethic: I am hardworking and dedicated to my client’s needs. I’m available to answer questions, provide advice, and show properties when needed.

Overall, a I’m knowledgeable, skilled, and dedicated to providing the highest level of service to my clients. When choosing a real estate agent, its important to look for someone who possesses these key characteristics and who you feel comfortable working with.

I am a native Pennsylvanian, growing up a big fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, which continues to this day. I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the Pennsylvania State University, and promptly went to work for the largest bank in Pennsylvania, first as a Retail Loan Officer, then as a Branch Manager overseeing two separate locations. From there, I went back to school at Penn State, receiving my Master of Business Administration.

After Graduate School I began work with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), a department of the U.S. Treasury Department, tasked with the responsibility of examining National Banks, assessing management capabilities and overall financial soundness. After my time at the OCC, I was a Director of a financial services consulting firm in Virginia.

After 25 years in the banking business, living in 13 cities, including Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Orlando, and Chicago, my wife Nancy and I decided to chuck the corporate lifestyle. We sold our house, sold everything in it, and bought a motorhome to travel and see the country. In our travels over the next 8 months, we experienced so much, from the Black Hills and Prairie Dogs of the Dakotas to the White Sands of New Mexico and the Craters of the Moon in Idaho, to seeing the sky fill with swarms of monarch butterflies in West Texas. Once we arrived in Las Vegas, for the first time in our lives, we got to choose where we lived. Eight states and eight houses later, this is where we call home.

I spend my free time with my wife Nancy and our little terror of a dog, Sonny. We share a love of TV cooking competitions, and I developed an interest in baking during the Pandemic, who didn’t? I like to read, watch crime shoes, and am a militant gym rat, doing weight cross-training 3-4 times per week. To cool down, I do yoga and meditate.

I am thrilled to work with you. Feel free to contact