In 2004, I received a Bachelors of Science in Public Relations and a Bachelors of Arts in Journalism from Eastern Washington University.
I volunteered at the Cheney and Spokane police departments helping to make the public more aware of what positive contributions the officers do in the community. Additionally, I volunteered at the Bureau of Land Management specializing in the Wild Horse and Burro adoption program, allowing the public to be able to adopt the wild horses and burros that roam our lands.
Since 1995 I have been involved with helping my mom maintain her rental and commercial properties and in 2009, I decided to turn that into a career. I became an apartment manager for a large firm in downtown Spokane, managing 14 apartment buildings, and commercial buildings such as the Eldridge building, the Steamplant Square, the Seehorn-Lang building, the Courtyard Office center, Morgan Building condos, and finally the Ridpath hotel. Since the company specialized in buying and renovating historic buildings, my residential real estate passion soon blossomed into the commercial side.
I love taking a piece of raw land and developing it or taking a historic building and bringing the life back into it.
In my free time, I enjoy being outdoors vs watching tv all day. My wife and I have two beautiful boys and we love taking them hiking, swimming, camping, or anything outdoors related.
How I can help you? I meet many clients several times a day and have a vast connection of contacts ranging from property management, engineering, architecture, surveying, and consultation work. I have expertise in residential and duplexes properties, rental income properties, small and large commercial buildings, and historic buildings.
Feeling lost on how your dream will happen? Give me a call and I would love to meet you to help guide you into completing your dreams!