I am a professional full-time
Real Estate Agent with years of experience in the dynamic South Florida Market.
I have a background in professional sales, the expertise to do the best
possible job for you. I am a skilled negotiator who will advise you how to
secure the best possible price.
Still I like to think my
best trait is the high degree of professional service which I provide.
Go to my Website –
. I can think of no better way to
demonstrate who I am and what I do than to suggest you take a few minutes to
surf my site. When you start clicking buttons, utilizing the Search Functions I
offer you are plugging directly into the Fort Lauderdale MLS, making it the
most accurate and updated property search online. In addition, there is no
registration nonsense. We never insist you must sign up, give us your name,
phone number and email address so we can bother you in the future. That doesn’t
work anyway. People register as Abraham Lincoln, Marilyn Monroe and Charlie
Manson. You are free to browse for homes and condominiums on my site. If we can
do something for you, feel free to give us a call, send an email.
There are frankly few
areas from Miami Beach to Boca Raton with which I am not familiar. My family
moved to Fort Lauderdale in 1957. In 1960 they took The Census; Broward County
had a population of 60,000. People launched boats off trailers at Sunrise
Boulevard and A1A. The first fish I ever caught was in a swamp which is now
Weston. We gathered coconuts on barren wind-swept dunes along the coast named
after the hotel on the corner – The Galt Ocean Mile. My father owned a
television store on Broward Boulevard; my brothers and I drove all over South
Florida picking up and delivering TVs. I attended the Grand Opening of the
Seminole Reservation, way out in the middle of nowhere – Griffin Road and State
Road 7. Going to Junior College at BCC I had to drive way out west on State
Road 84 to Davie Road. My early professional life I worked for Advertising
Agencies whose only Clients were Real Estate Developers, writing copy for
Developments which grew into cities. My friends worked construction, building
Condominiums, and one of my cousins bought raw land in Plantation Acres when
Broward Boulevard was a dirt road past University Drive.
Yes, things change. But
oddly enough the Real Estate Market in Fort Lauderdale and Broward County does
not. It has always been a dynamic Boom and Bust market where millions were made
and lost. Our most recent Market Slump has been deep and lasted longer than
previous retractions, much of that thanks to our friends on Wall Street. Still I
can tell you about other times Real Estate has “collapsed” in the 70s, the 80s
and the 90s. But the Housing Market in Broward County is unique; it is literally
like nowhere else in the country. And as long as we’ve got the Atlantic Ocean,
the Gulfstream, and heaters we use less than two weeks a year you might as well
worry if THE TIDE is coming back.
So buy now or forever
hold your piece – of Cleveland, Newark or Detroit.