Originally from Newton, I now live in Allston with my wife and dog. Although I have lived in the Boston area for most of my life, one of the things I love the most about working in real estate is learning about and introducing my clients to new towns and areas.
I’m happiest when my clients are at their happiest, and the piece of my job a value the most is seeing my clients celebrate closing on their new home, or embarking on their next adventure after I have sold their home.
What do you like to do outside of work?
Outside of work, I love to spend time with my wife and our dog, Cricket. I have spent the last two springs and summers trying to learn how to play golf, and so far the results have been somewhere between hilarious and terrifying to watch. When not outside, I’m a movie and history buff, as well as an avid fan of all our local teams, as well as the my alma mater, Colgate University.
What are your favorite charities?
I support several local charities. As a cancer survivor, I support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, I have walked in their Light the Night Event, and have supported others who have done so. I also have a soft spot for Habitat for Humanity, as the first time my wife and I really met was on a trip for that organization.
What do you love most about being a REALTOR?
My favorite thing about being a REALTOR is guiding my clients through the purchase or sales process. Many clients are intimidated by the process and I get a real sense of pride as I work alongside them, and watch them become confident in their decision and their rights and responsibilities.
Do you have any pets?
My wife and I have a small dog named Cricket. She’s a four year-old black and tan rescue from Mississippi, and she has no idea that she is 20lbs and not 200lbs. She is happiest when she allows us to share her king-sized bed that just so happens to be in our bedroom.