I am a lifetime Sarasota resident and enjoyed a 25+ year career with Re/Max Alliance Group, the #1 Re/Max office in Florida as Realtor and the former Technology Director, I combined my real estate technical background, my thirty-year construction experience and my deep history and love of Sarasota, to help clients buy and sell homes in my hometown. I am a Graduate of the Real Estate Institute (GRI), a Certified New Home Specialist (CNHS) as well as Residential Construction Certified (RCC) and I can assist you in with your Real Estate needs. I have extensive knowledge of the local market and have developed many contacts in the Sarasota community and internationally. Because of my many years as an IT professional, I am a very tech savvy Real Estate agent who has harnessed the power of the Internet, social media, email, online negotiations and contract signatures to provide exceptional service and results. Hiring me as your Real Estate professional will give you an advantage because the personal service I provide goes beyond the call of duty. I am dedicated to producing quick results while meeting your needs.
With my wife Liz helping with the marketing and the many administrative details involved, I have been very successful buying and selling Sarasota Real Estate in Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, Englewood and Manasota Key. I have achieved this by providing excellent service with sincerity and integrity over many years and by extensive knowledge of my home town. If you are searching for a local Sarasota REALTOR®, I look forward to meeting with you and assisting your Real Estate needs in Sarasota, Florida! And...be sure to read my Sarasota Home Town Blog!
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