Before jumping into the real estate industry, I was a certified Honda Sales Professional. For my nearly 22 years with Bellevue Honda, I was a member of the Honda Council of Leadership for Outstanding Sales and Customer Satisfaction--This is American Honda's Highest Award.
My Father--my best friend--was a doctor. He was an old-style physician--in that he actually made house calls. Sometimes on weekends when I got older he would take me with him. He taught me to drive by age 13 and showed me by example how to treat people.
Every month we got meat from the butcher and bread from the bakery. He gave most of the goods away because he never wanted to waste food. He used to say "Eat everything on your plate, people in other countries are starving."
This is how I do business today, going the extra mile out of my way for my clients and giving back to my community. I am my father's son and I carry the same values and humanity and sense of purpose to my every client and transaction. And I make sure my father would be proud of me with every action I take.
Guidance you can trust--A Whole new approach to Real Estate
Lifetime Seattle Resident in North Seattle--graduate from Mercer Island High School--I fancy myself as a good BBQ cook--Jack of all trades Martial Artist and a Scuba Diver and if you need traveling tips to Hawaii I've been there and done that--many times--I love sitting on the beach and watching the tide come in. I love reading a good book, having a good laugh and seeing a movie with a good plot. I believe a little humor makes life more enjoyable and can keep you going when times get rough--plus humor makes me a little more fun to be around than your average joe...
The American Dream
I believe buying a home (even now) is one of the best places for your money. A home will last you longer than a car and it will never become worthless--you always have the land and they're not making any more of that--Home ownership is just one part of the Great American Dream--
Neighborhood and Market Area
Voted “Best in Client Satisfaction” by Seattle Magazine!