I was born on Eglin Air Force Base in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. I lived in this small town on the gulf coast until I was around 11 years old. We moved to the west, starting in Nevada, then moving to Utah, a short time in California, and finally I landed for good in Colorado. I graduated from Golden High School and attended college at Colorado Christian University. I've lived in the Pikes Peak region (Colorado Springs and Monument) since 1999. My wife originally suggested I become a Realtor after we bought our first home in 1992. After a few years working in call centers, I decided to make a change in career and I became a Realtor. I love what I do for a few reasons: I get to help people realize their dreams, I get to help people who need someone they can trust, and I get to help people when they need someone to help them navigate a tough situation.
Perhaps the best part of my job is that as I work with people on real estate, I sometimes get to develop a deeper relationship with them and their families, and I get to become a resource for their friends and family. In a very real way, real estate is merely a platform for helping people in personal and professional ways, which is what I really like doing.