With his no-excuse attitude and infectiously positive demeanor, Foodie draws on 15+ years of experience to get the job done, helping his clients achieve their goals and dreams.
Raised in Greenwood Village, Foodie grew up in the real estate world and the Cherry Creek School system. He likes to say that the neighborhoods he “plays” in today are the same as those he did back in the day. “My vast knowledge and network of relationships benefit my clients. I lead them through every aspect of a transaction and set expectations upfront. After working together, we usually end up friends.”
For the last seven years, Foodie was with a national builder. From development to design, from excavation to delivering finished homes, he was consistently recognized as one of the company’s top customer service and salespeople. This commitment to providing first-class service, integrity and innovation next led Foodie to Kentwood. “I wanted to be part of something special.” They understand the secret to building long term relationships is earning the trust, respect and loyalty of every single client.
Having lived in Southern California, traveled extensively in France and holding an active license in the Greater Las Vegas Area, Foodie points to the importance of local, national and international collaboration to bring buyers and sellers together.
Foodie has made a point of mentoring and training new sales and broker associates at every stage of his and their careers. What advice does he dispense? “Be optimistic, brave, have faith and always strive to be better tomorrow than you are today. And invest in real estate!”
He passionately supports charities addressing the significant needs of domestic animals. A ski bum through and through, he is proud to be both a skier and snowboarder. “If it involves a ski lift and goggles, I’m there. Having the mountains and lakes in our backyards never gets old.”
Foodie’s colleagues call him a caring, generous, hard-working guy, something he credits his parents with instilling in him. “They showed me not to take shortcuts, to lead by example and to always treat others the way I wanted to be treated.”