n 1966, San Antonio became my home and I hope to help you make San Antonio yours.
In my time here, I have witnessed San Antonio host the 1968 World’s Fair, expand from a population of approximately half a million people to a sprawling metropolis of over 1 million people, become the home of the World Champion San Antonio Spurs and embrace being the “smallest big city” in Texas.
After graduating from Churchill High School and attending the University of Texas San Antonio, I spent 15 years in the restaurant and construction businesses and now I come to the real estate market with a wealth of knowledge and many relationships to cater to my real estate clients.
Serving San Antonio’s Special Needs Community as a former Board Member of the Brighton Center for 10 years and currently being a part of the San Antonio Chapter of D.A.D.S. (Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome) allows me insight into the specific needs of families who have a family member with special needs.
I would be remiss if I did not mention my motivation for pursuing these particular endeavors is my family: my wife, Terri (Development Director with St. Mary's University ); my son, Chase (Wash Tub Car Care Center); my step-son, Alex (UPS) and my step-daughter, Stephanie (Institute for Women's Health) who has Down Syndrome.
Being a Commercial real estate agent is more than buying and selling real estate, it is about serving the needs of and serving the community. I believe there is a need for a real estate specialist who can help families and businesses in the special needs community. I look forward to helping you and your family as well.