You might be thinking I look young, I am. My career in Real Estate got started a bit earlier than most. At an early age I was captivated by the way business was executed. A rather peculiar thing for a kid to be interested in, but I digress. Upon graduating from Rudder High School I worked as a Concierge at a College Station hotel. My goal at the time was to save up enough to put myself through a business program. I did. (spoiler it didn't last long) I realized sitting in a classroom for four more years was not the path to accomplishing my goals. I needed to get to work. I wanted to get to work. I started a small electronics repair/resale business and began saving for my new goal. Getting my Real Estate License. The income potential was not what fueled my desire to become a Real Estate Advisor. Although Real Estate can be lucrative, it was about a lifestyle for me. A lifestyle of building relationships. A lifestyle of giving back to my community. A lifestyle of being able to advise family, friends and clients on what may be one of the biggest decisions financial of their lives. At the ripe old age of 19 I started my journey in Real Estate. I joined forces with my now Licensed Partner, Edward Allison, at Re/Max and I had a fantastic 3 years there. However, being determined to provide the absolute best service to our clients meant change. It meant premium service, no matter the price point. It meant obsessing over being the best of the best. Ultimately it meant genuinely caring about each and every person that we work with. We aligned ourselves with a company that shares our ideals, Engel & Völkers. Don't take my word for it. Give me a call and lets get to work.
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