IF SOON ISN'T SOON ENOUGH
He was born during the first year of the Baby Boom, so he's seen sweeping changes in his lifetime. Despite the advancements that has come by way of technology, he still believes that the more things change, the more they stay the same. He points to changes in the real estate industry as a prime example of that observation: while using internet technology to promote listings and search for homes, sellers still want buyers who are ready, willing, and able to buy, and buyers still want sellers with the right house, at the right price and are ready to sell. So in spite of the impact technology has made on the way things GET done, it has not changed the way things ARE done. It's still a business that's relationship-driven, and the area of relationship building is where he draws upon 60 plus years of life experience that helps in developing transaction-relationships that work to the benefit of all parties.
He specializes in serving the needs of Baby Boomers through the 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange which is designed to defer taxes on capital gains when their income producing properties are sold. Those deferred taxes are in effect an interest-free loan from their Uncle Sam; a loan that can be rolled into other like-kind investments that can produce even more income.
"For my buyer clients, it's closing escrow on the home or income producing property they want more than any other they can afford. For my seller clients, it's getting the Highest and Best for their offering and getting it NOW. And for me, It's Not Just Business, It's Personal."