Summarize yourself in a tweet.
I’m experienced and detail oriented. I’ve spent the past 12 years learning the ins and outs of this industry and know exactly what I need to do to provide the highest level of client service and coordinate of all of the components required to fulfill the goals of my buyers and sellers.
What's your favorite client story?
I had a client propose to his wife during a showing. I attended their wedding and we remain close friends to this day.
You have a day off in Philly. What do you do?
To be honest I'm a huge history nerd so I'd probably visit some of the forgotten and lesser known historical sites in Philly like Fort Mifflin and Bartram's Garden.
What's the architectural detail your eye always gravitates towards?
Preservation of original detail is essential in prewar properties. If going in a mid-century modern, or new construction direction, natural light is always critical.
Favorite community organization.
I give a portion of all of my commissions to non-profits and being a new parent, I believe organizations that support education and child advocacy are critical to our city and our nation's future.
What differentiates you within real estate?
I did not plan to become a Realtor. I don't think anyone does. Having worked in politics in my twenties, I came to realize that real estate, if done honestly and ethically, is one of the greatest ways to have a positive impact on a person's life, general happiness, and overall financial wellbeing. It's a genuine win-win situation for both the client and agent and on a personal level, a great way to fulfill the life mission I accepted in my twenties of making the world a better place and doing widespread good. Clients come to me to help them reach their real estate goals, and I love helping to make those goals a reality.
One last thing...
BA, History West Chester University 2003, Member Phi Alpha Theta, Past State Treasurer, Pennsylvania Young Democrats, Loving husband to Rachel (also a Realtor) and father to an adorable 6 month old, Spencer. Lifelong Philadelphian.