Real Estate Salesperson
A little about me
Scott is a true and genuine people-person who is energized by conversation and problem solving. Real estate as a second career was a natural fit for him. Scott also truly believes in giving back to the community in which he lives. Through the years, Scott has been involved with ‘Habitat for Humanity’, ‘Feed My Starving Children’, coaching youth baseball and basketball, facilitating ‘Financial Peace University’, and mentoring kids through the ‘Kids N Kinship’ organization. Scott says he has gotten as much out of the mentoring process as did the mentored child.
Scott graduated from the University of Wisconsin, River Falls with a double major in Economics and Business Administration. Scott bought his first home, shortly thereafter, when interest rates were at 18%. Fortunately, Scott was able to negotiate with the sellers for a contract for deed, as well as an interest rate of a mere 12%. Scott has experienced the housing market through some incredible changes over the years. However, he will tell you that a home is still, by and large, the best investment you can make. Scott will help you make the right real estate choices by educating you on the various financial situations and real estate transactions that you are considering. Your situation is unique, therefore, Scott will tailor his work with you to reflect your unique wants and needs, as well as your financial situation and goals for the future.
Scott is a well-rounded agent who has vast experience in HVAC, maintenance, and home repairs. He also has experience in owning and managing investment properties. Scott uses his vast experience, as well as your unique wants and needs to help you sell or purchase a home.
Scott and his wife, Mary Jo, have 4 grown children and 3 beautiful grandchildren. They currently live in Woodbury, but have also resided in St. Paul, Apple Valley, Oakdale, and the Brainerd Lakes Area.
Our clients are awesome
and here is what they are saying
If you do not give Scott a call you are making a mistake! Call him now!”