Construction's in my blood,
So Is Orange County.
I'm a native and have lived in Orange County, California my entire life. I've been down most streets, through every town, and know it like the back of my hand. My knowledge of the real estate world and relationship with other realtors is expansive. I've taken the time to become an expert.
My building career began at a very young age in my dad’s lumberyard. Diving into fix-it projects around my family’s home I worked on everything from plumbing to electrical. I even constructed giant skateboard ramps in my backyard.
After working as a contractor I felt inspired to sell homes, and I became a licensed realtor. Having the ability to walk through homes with my buyers and give them insight that other realtors don’t has made my business flourish. This is exactly what you should be doing with your business. Find out what will set you apart from the rest, learn those skills to help you become a standout expert in your field and continue to nurture them.
Even though real estate is now my full-time job, I still keep up on all the latest building techniques and trends in design to stay ahead of the competition. In fact, I set out every day to learn something new. I live by the phrase “ancora imparo,” which in Italian means “I am still learning.” In fact, at the age of 87, Michelangelo wrote this inscription on a sketch. One of the greatest minds this world has ever known saw that there was still so much to be learned in the world. Continue to build your knowledge in your career and with that you will build your credibility.
TV Host & Personality
In 2006 I entered a television contest in search of America's next top handyman with DIY Network’s Stud Finder.
As runner-up this exposure led to a small role on an HGTV show, and an audition to host DIY Network’s popular show, Deconstruction. It was successful and currently I'm a contracted host with both networks.