As a Realtor, he provides a deeper understanding and knowledge of all types of real estate; be it new or older homes to farm
I grew up on an irrigated farm in the Billings, Montana area. My family worked hard raising cash crops such as sugar beets, pinto beans and corn just to name a few. In the winter we would feed our cattle and fix the machinery for the coming year. It was a nonstop working life style and with a very complete one as well. I started working in the fields operating the machinery in my grade school years and later worked alongside grown men putting in long hours every day. Later in life, I owned and operated my own farm/ranch. I also owned and operated an upholstery business for years to pick up the slack in the lean times of farming. Unfortunately, bad markets and weather, I had to move on to another profession.
In 1995, we moved to Oregon City, OR and I started a new profession in furniture sales. I quickly advanced to top seller and soon was in the sales management arena. During those exciting and satisfying years I was privileged with designing leather furniture and working close with the manufacturer in Foshan City, China. I had the privilege of visiting and working with manufacture in China on five different occasions.
Now I've turned my attention to a very gratifying profession which is being an Oregon Realtor. I believe that with all of my past experiences working with my hands and mind in farming, reupholstering of most anything. The contentment and satisfaction of helping so many clients with their furniture and designing needs, using my experience in the construction building business, I will be able to extent that knowledge to help clients in the real estate market to experience a truly memorable adventure finding their own dream home or farm. I was taught from my early age on, to have an honest, hard working, ethical and moral standard that I would succeed. And I have succeeded many times. I hope to help you as well.