More About Me

Real Estate Practitioner

An agent specializing in bank owned properties, waterfront properties and vacant land on the Peninsula covering Kitsap, Mason, and western Pierce County. A Washington state resident for life with 24 years in Mason County, I am a Negotiator, a communicator, a marketing specialist, a planner & very detail oriented. After spending 36 years as a commercial fisherman, mostly in Alaskan waters, I am now working as a real estate agent in the Hood Canal and Case Inlet area. I have owned waterfront properties in Puget Sound most of my life and know the difficulties in successfully marketing these homes and land. From me you will get the best investment property available.

Waterfront Land Professional

Do you know what rules apply to your waterfront property? My continuing education includes courses on wetlands, waterfront buffers and bulkheads, engineering studies, and other considerations for waterfront property owners.

Community oriented.

The North Mason schools are great! How do I know? My children have attended them and I have worked in all of them as a substitute teacher. The students have a wonderful environment to learn how to apply themselves, how to get along with others, and how to read, write, spell, and do math. As a deacon in our community church, I enjoy all the social activities and sing in the choir.

Investment properties and past education

Foreclosures and bank owned properties offer excellent investment opportunities now. My services provide access to you about those listed and those up for auction. With two degrees from the University of Washington (Biological Oceanography and German), I qualify as a scientist which helps in working with the state and county. During my college career, I was on the 1977-8 varsity rowing team which won national championships and the Grand Challenge and Visitor's Cups in Henley, England under Coach Dick Erickson. Then, in 1980, I was chosen to be the head men's rowing coach at Seattle Pacific University. We had a successful season.