After playing baseball my entire life and into my college years, I’ve developed a personality one could describe as a competitive, solid team player. Those experiences on the field have made me accustomed to being in high-stakes environments while also working with others to achieve a common goal. Without question I feel I have a leg up being drafted onto one of the best teams in real estate with Team -Robinson at WPP! It gives me the ability to leverage veteran wisdom and experience of other team members to better serve my clients.
When you look at it, I grew up learning about real estate. Every night at the dinner table, my dad (who is also a real estate broker) would talk about work in some capacity. Most nights this would spark a discussion about real estate sales, managing rentals, developing properties, as well as building relationships. Through my family I’ve had the opportunity to learn firsthand about the cycles of real estate and how the industry flows as a whole. With that interest I continued my education by earning a degree in economics and making the Dean’s list at Linfield University. Collectively, this gives me a thorough understanding of the economy and housing market that I bring to each transaction to guide my clients in making their best decisions.
Before my career in real estate I ran my own car detailing business, Robinson Detailing. During this time, I honed my skills in both marketing and customer service. I became familiar with providing an exceptional experience, and of course delivering an amazing product. My past customers were always my best referral to new business.
Living in Gig Harbor, I love to spend time outdoors. Now that I have hung up my baseball cleats, I have taken up the game of golf! I also like to run and bike, but my main passion is skiing—there is not a lot in this world that makes me happier than riding up a chairlift on a sunny day with fresh snow on the ground. Skiing is a big part of my “why” when it comes to working and being motivated!