Doubt kills more dreams than fear ever could.
I have over 30 years of sales experience which enables me to serve my clients well. I may be new to the real estate industry but I am a veteran when it comes to working with individuals to help them realize their dreams and achieve something they thought was impossible. I am looking forward to serving the Prineville, Crook County, and Central Oregon region with RE/MAX Out West Realty because I want to take the experiences I have, the connection to this area, and help others find that home of their dreams.
My family moved to Prineville in 1978 and I went through all 12 grades of school here, graduating in 1990. After graduation I went off to college, got married and started a family. The weekend of my 20th high school reunion myself, my wife and our 8 children moved back to Prineville. We weren’t sure we were going to stay but opportunities presented themselves and now, again, Prineville is home. Since we moved back my 3 oldest children have grown and got married, 2 of them still residing in the Central Oregon area. My other 5 are still at home with one heading off to college in the fall of 2019.
Since being back in the community my family has been able to find ways to connect with many opportunities in the community. Most notably through our family owned business, The Hub & Howard Hall out on Madras Hwy in Prineville. I have also had the opportunity to be part of the Prineville/Crook County Chamber, Crook County Booster Club, Downtown Strategic Planning Committee, Crook County Middle School Football, Crook County Mountain Men Football, and many other groups in the community. I believe if you are going to be part of a community you should use your skills and abilities to contribute when you can.
Prineville has always been my hometown. Moving here when I was 6 I have never known anywhere else other than Prineville/Crook County to be where I am from. During the 20 years I was away from Prineville I spent many years doing sales of one form or another, lived in other communities, and was able to learn some things about being involved in a community. One of the most important things I learned is the significance of finding a place you can call home, set down some roots, and feel connected to no matter how far away you are.