I grew up on a ranch in Texas, where people enjoy four seasons: Football Pre-Season, Football Regular Season, Football Bowl Season, and Summer. We lived 400 miles from the nearest beach, but I’ve spent most of my adult life within walking distance of an ocean.
My Saturdays from Labor Day to Thanksgiving still revolve around SEC kickoff times — Gig ’em, Aggies! — but I’ve also had a chance to broaden my horizons by studying World War II on the beaches of Normandy, researching agricultural ecology in the mountains of Dominica, and role-playing organizational theories in Washington, D.C.
For many years I lived and worked in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where I was CEO of the region’s top news media company and earned awards for investigative journalism, small business advocacy and animal welfare initiatives. A few hurricanes, a dozen or so big political battles and a whirl of interesting people later, I decided the time was right to shift my focus to real estate and to settle in my favorite spot on Earth: the Cape Fear region of coastal North Carolina.
When asked about my wide-ranging career, I point to a common thread: I get people from where they are to where they want to be. Together we build on the advantages that present themselves, smooth out the rough spots and clear away the sticking points.
I can be the guy who untangles a problem, and I can be the guy that cuts through the knots — or the “nots” — but the most important thing I offer is my best effort to make sure you don’t run into any problems to begin with.
That requires a high level of skill in communication, discretion and organization, all of which I’ve developed through years of training and daily experience. I will use this expertise to support and empower your efforts to buy or sell a home, invest in property or pursue other real estate dreams.
Outside the office and aside from Texas A&M football, I’m involved with community clean-up projects, animal rescue efforts and the Episcopal Church. I spend my free time with family and on quests to explore beaches and walking trails with Crazy Daisy, a 15-pound ball of energy and attitude shaped like a Jack Russell terrier.
|653 Spartina Court|
Southport, NC 28461
|SP-PUD Zoning | 0.79 Acre(s)||$135,000|