I had worked as a firefighter/paramedic for 15 years, until I had to retire. Real Estate, was a great transition into a new career. I had focused my life in helping my community, as I was given the communities trust that I held at a very high standard with honesty and compassion.
Unable to continue in the fire service any longer I had turned to real estate for what it had to offer. I continue to hold those same standard from the fire service to real estate. I hold my clients trust to the highest standard, and honesty to give them the best advice leading them through the home buying or selling process.
This is one of your largest purchases in your life and should be an investment for your future. You do not need a sales person. You need someone that will know the market, and will give you the best advice and help negotiate terms to get the sale done.
I had once sworn an oath to protect life and property. I am now here to protect your interest in real estate.
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