I was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, and lived there until I was 19 years old, at which time I served a volunteer mission for my church in Paris, France from 1994 to 1996. Shortly after returning I met Joanna, and we were married in the Las Vegas, NV temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
In 2001 we moved to Utah with our three children, and soon after had our fourth child.
In 2007 we moved to Guatemala and adopted two more children, then returned to Utah in 2008.
I have owned several businesses over the years, including a real estate agent training company, a real estate investment consulting firm, a real estate development company, and my own real estate team. (Can you tell I like real estate?)
My main work today is in leading a team of agents, and researchers to help home buyers get the best deals possible, and work with troubled home owners banks to arrange loan modifications (for free), or short sales.
I am also the founder of the Utah Matters Coalition, and acting chairman of the board. This is a group of local industry leaders, and elected politicians dedicated to helping the Utah economy.