Q: Where are you from?
I was born and raised in Nassau, Bahamas until I came to US to start college
Q: You recently made the transition from oil and gas, what is it about real estate that caused you to make a change?
I get a front row seat to see people’s lives changed, in oil and gas it was about numbers and more numbers, I never felt a connection to what I was doing.
Q: What are some unique challenges that Realtors face in Tulsa market?
There are so many of us and the public perception that we are all the same
Q: What area in Tulsa would you consider your “stomping grounds?”
I’ve lived in South Tulsa since moving here, more specifically in Bixby for the last 8 years.
Q: What’s your favorite Tulsa neighborhood and why?
Most of the neighborhoods I’ve been in are very nice but if I had to pick one, I love Berwick Fairways, its right on the golf course!
Q: If you had to pick a home to live in forever and ever, what kind of house would it be?
Something modern with clean lines, lots of space, to entertain friends and a lot of land for the kids to play in
Q: Tell us a little bit about your perspective when it comes to serving your clients.
I think of it as servant leadership. They have a need and I get to help them find what they want all while helping them get the best deal possible.
Q: What words of wisdom do you often share with clients? What do clients often need to hear?
If you want it you have to ask for it, the seller can only say no. I think clients need to continuously hear that we have their best interest at heart. I am
representing them and to me, it’s not just about the check at the end.
Q: If you ever change careers for an encore you’ll…
That’s a tough one. So many possibilities! I’d like to own a restaurant that serves Bahamian food.