I Grew Up in Real Estate
My father was a broker for RE/MAX in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and back then I spent hours helping him sort the weekly paper listings, putting them into the various districts and neighbourhoods. He taught me how to measure a room, how to price a home to within $500, and to understand that in business treating the client the way you would like to be treated keeps them coming back. No fancy ads, no gimmicks, just ability and knowledge.
I have a double bachelor degree in Business and Music Performance with a minor in Secondary Education. I studied clarinet at the Ghent Conservatory, I was the clarinetist for the entire 10 year run of “Phantom of the Opera” here in Toronto. I jog almost daily, create “useful” objects from recycled materials, love to travel and dream of winning the lottery. My licensed real estate career started just over 15 years ago.
I Give Back
I give a portion of each sale to the Children’s Miracle Network, a RE/MAX charity that supports local children’s hospitals. Here in Toronto the supported hospital is Sick Kids. I also donate a portion of my musical composition sales to the San Pedro Orphanage in Peru. I was helped along the way, giving back is important to me.