I'm originally from the Washington, DC area and moved to Baltimore around 1999. I spent many great years living in Baltimore City and bought a townhome in the Whitemarsh area in 2004 where I continue to reside with my wife, 2 boys age 10 and 4 months, and 2 very lazy dogs.
I'm a DoD employee full time specializing in Acquisition and Business but I became involved in Real Estate on a part time basis 7 years ago. What started as an educational endeavor ultimately led to representing buyers and sellers and joining the Prudential Ridgeway Realty team where I've been ever since. I love every aspect of being a Realtor from browsing listings, to seeing homes, to negotiating, I can honestly say that this is more of a passion for me than a time commitment.
When I'm not working for the government, showing houses, or teaching at Cecil County Community College, you'll likely find me out on the water fishing or boating with my sons and dogs. I grew up on the water with my family and continue that tradition with my son in hopes of passing on an appreciation for the Chesapeake Bay and coastal waterways that Maryland has to offer.
I'd like to consider myself a Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) specialist but in reality, having one foot firmly entrenched in the DoD and another foot in Real Estate, I've been told I bring a good perspective to people displaced by BRAC and having their job relocated to Aberdeen. Everything from commuting, to schools, to shopping and nightlife change when you move from one state to another. I'm just here to help with the transition the best I can.