Growing up in rural Northwest Iowa I learned the value of hard work at a young age. Working on a family and neighbor’s farms helped to develop my love of the land and animals that call it home.
In 2011 when my wife and I were married. We began our quest to find the piece of land that we and our future children would call home. Over the next several years we were fortunate enough to purchase and sell property until we eventually found the perfect hilltop above the Middle River. During that time my wife and I were blessed with three beautiful children. We now call Madison County home and are busy putting down roots and watching our family grow.
My goal when representing clients in any real estate transaction is to bring an unmatched level of success and professionalism. Whether you are working to modify your agricultural operation, looking for the perfect recreational property, or an investor looking to add to your portfolio I look forward to helping you achieve your goals as a landowner. I pride myself in my ability to understand the unique needs of people from all walks of life. I very much value the interaction and connection with people and the land that working in this industry affords.
When representing sellers I understand the value of knowing the market, identifying what makes each piece of land unique and valuable, then putting to work our proven method of marketing and securing buyers. When dealing with buyers I look forward to working tirelessly to find the perfect property to meet all their needs.
If I’m not working you will probably find me with my kids in tow enjoying all the great outdoor experiences that Iowa offers us. What we love so much about Iowa is that as the seasons change so do the outdoor opportunities. In the spring we will likely be at one of our favorite farm ponds trying to fill a stringer of crappie and bluegill, planting food plots, and waking up early to chase big toms in the timber. Our summers are spent improving our acres of native prairie, working in the garden, exploring the twists and turns of the Middle River, but most of all dreaming of the fall. When leaves turn and the air cools our attention quickly shifts to the flush of roosters over a pointing dog and of course the big whitetails that filled our summertime daydreams.
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