It still amazes me that I’ve been in Austin since 1997 and an established realtor since 2007, watching everything from the skyline to the neighborhoods grow and change. I moved to Austin then to attend the university of Texas Masters of Business Administration Program. This was during a time where it was referred to the Texas MBA, before Red McCombs stamped his name on the graduate business school.
One of the concepts in my studies that resonated with me was the concept of a lifetime value of the customer. The relentless commitment by companies to continuously take very good care of their customers over time and simply doing “good business “. It was something that made a lot of sense to me and was married to my values. It triggers customers to take notice when they received uncommon, superior service. This is in large part what brought me to Socius Real Estate.
This desire to provide an uncommon and superior offer to clients is what pulled me away from my career at IBM to make the move to real estate. It wasn’t so much that I was after becoming a realtor as much as it was a desire to do meaningful work and to take very good care of people by guiding and advising them in what is often the largest and most important purchase of their lives. To work with colleagues and my support staff that aspires and commits to that same relentless pursuit of taking very good care of clients is what makes my job easy.
In addition to striving to be good help and a trusted resource for my clients, I am also the world’s best dad as voted by my very biased son Max! We have a lot of fun reading books, throwing the football around and enjoying many of the fun activities that this great city has to offer.
I always have time to help you or anyone you know. If you have friends, colleagues, or family members who would appreciate my services, please share this page or call me with their name and phone number, and I would be happy to follow up with them. It’s a good life!