As a client, I’ve worked with Ray on several real estate transactions over the years. So when I pursued my longtime goal of becoming an agent, I knew I wanted to join a team that offered that same level of service. Needless to say, it’s a privilege to be part of this group.
Prior to entering realty, I worked as a clinical psychologist and later as an IT specialist for the federal government. While very different from each other, both roles taught me the importance of listening and understanding the needs of other people. That empathy will serve you well as I help clients with the important task of buying or selling a home.
I’ve spent most of my life in Northern Virginia and have commuted to jobs in both Washington and Maryland. That’s given me the first-hand familiarity with different suburbs and neighborhoods in the DMV that homebuyers look for when selecting an agent. And as the father of three teenagers, I’m tuned into what’s going on in the local school districts, allowing me to better assist parents who are new to the area.
When I’m not helping clients with their real estate needs, you can probably find me on the basketball court, either lacing up for a game or coaching for the Burke Basketball Organization.