Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
After many years of working in the sales business, I have chosen to dedicate my career to the real estate industry. In more casual terms, I have decided to build my business around helping people fulfill their dreams of home ownership with a very personal touch. Unlike many in this industry who "got their license to play around in real estate", I am committed to giving 100% to each and every customer. Buying or selling your home is a complicated process that requires the knowledge, skills and effort that a part time agent cannot provide. Whether you are buying your first home, moving up because of a growing family, relocating due to a job transfer, seeking that dream estate on the golf course, purchasing investment property or downsizing in the golden years, I believe it is my obligation to treat everyone with honor and respect and with the highest degree of service and professionalism. Feel free to call me to discuss your real estate needs. I promise that I will take good care of you.
My wife, Christy, and I have lived in Mission Viejo for over 20 years and raised our children in this suburban community. They attended O'Neill Elementary, La Paz Middle School and Mission Viejo High School as well as started their working careers with the local businesses. Participation in community activities was key to their growth as they found their way through soccer, baseball, theater and music programs while attending school.
Music is a big part of my life as I have played the drums since my early days and received a bachelor's degree in Music Education from San Diego State University. I continue to perform with several local groups including my classic rock band, Ragdoll, and have played percussion professionally with artists such as Aretha Franklin, Mark Isham and others. Christy also performs with area symphonies as a violist and also teaches stringed instruments in the schools and to private students.
I play golf when I can and enjoy professional baseball, especially the Los Angeles/Anaheim Angels. Getting out to the ball park is a great way to relax and cheer on the home team. We love to socializing with friends whether it's a back yard bar-b-que or getting out to one of the fine local restaurants.
I volunteer at South County Outreach in their re-training center teaching computer classes and on Sunday mornings, you can find me at New Life Christian Fellowship in Laguna Niguel playing drums for the worship team.