I started my career as a Licensed Real Estate Agent in 1963. In 1965 I owned Mattingly Mortgage and then worked at Leach, Evens, Shipp Real Estate as a Part-Owner/Broker. After receiving my Michigan broker license, I went to Greg Leach Real Estate & Building as the Owner/Broker/General Contractor. I built over 100 custom homes and several commercial buildings and put together the first condominium financing package in Michigan.
I moved to Arizona and was a real estate salesman from 1977-1999. Then I became a Real Estate Broker in 1999. My ample experience in this industry lends to my devotion to my clients and ensuring they receive the services they need. I take my responsibilities seriously, and I thrive on being a Loan Originator my clients can rely on. A lot of the big internet companies play the numbers game, whereas all of my clients are #1 when I represent them. Whether building a home, selling an existing home, or originating a loan, I have always analyzed the best solutions for my clients and pursued that goal to the best of my means. When I take on a client, I will aggressively and diligently work to get them the best deal.
Fun Fact: I am the author of “The Birth and Death of a Builder.” It’s about my experiences involving the “white flight” legislation that affected the housing industry, which reflected the culture of the ’60s and ’70s while I was a Mortgage Broker in Michigan.