About Me

Real Estate Sales Representative with RE/MAX Town Center

A little info about me....

Born and raised in the Columbus area, attending Westerville schools and graduating from Columbus' Whetstone High School in Clintonville, I have grown up in the booming central Ohio area. This has helped foster my life long ties to friends and family all over Central Ohio and an intricate knowledge of the numerous real estate markets in the Columbus area.

I first began working in the real estate industry in 1999, when I joined one of the nation's largest mortgage lenders, Chase Home Finance. Over the next several years I developed an acute understanding of the lending environment that allows so many people to own there own home. In addition to sharing this information with others in the real estate industry, I used my knowledge to buy and sell several homes, for both personal and investment purposes.

Upon obtaining my real estate license in 2006, I began working full time as a Realtor®. As a member of the Columbus Board of Realtors, Ohio Board of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors, I use all my knowledge, resources and experience to represent, educate and negotiate in the best interest of my clients. Within the past year I have helped both my individual and corporate clients buy and sell many homes in the Columbus area. 

I currently live in Reynoldsburg with my wife and four children. My hobbies include grilling, computer programming and anything that requires a hammer and nails.

..... I know this is a little bit of a sales pitch but I think it gives a good overview about me.

Comments (2)

Lu Kalaj
Vision Realty Centers - Brighton Township, MI
Nice to meet you.  Thanks for the overview.  I wish 2008 is a good year for you.  Lu
Jan 11, 2008 01:58 AM
Lu Kalaj
Vision Realty Centers - Brighton Township, MI
Welcome to the blogging world.  I trust this will be a great way for you to meet new people, and learn a ton.  That is my return so far.  Can't put a value on it, for sure.  Have a great day.  Lu
Jan 13, 2008 01:00 AM