Scott, a Colorado native, was raised in the northwest corner of the state and moved to Grand Junction in 2005 after accepting a football scholarship to attend Mesa University. “Being an outdoor enthusiast, Grand Junction was a perfect fit for me,” says Scott. “The recreational opportunities on the western slope are endless and Grand Junction offers a small town feel with luxury living.” In 2009, Scott received his degree in architectural drafting, but timing was not on his side as the real estate industry experienced a market ‘crash’ and new construction subsided. Following a 12-month stint in Alaska, Scott returned to Grand Junction in 2010 and made it his ‘forever’ home.
Scott is no stranger to the service industry and believes exceptional client satisfaction is essential by keeping in constant contact, and communicating effectively. He has a proven track record of always doing the very best for his clients by going ‘above and beyond’ with an unending supply of energy and enthusiasm.
As an athlete and avid outdoorsman, Scott considers himself fortunate to live, work and play in such an amazing region and welcomes the opportunity to share his knowledge of the same joys found here. Whether you’re buying or selling real estate, if you’re looking for a professional whose integrity, passion, perseverance, and desire is to exceed his clients’ expectations, please don’t hesitate to call Scott today at 970-629-2817.
In selling our home, Scott was wonderful to work with. He managed to help us sell it for the highest possible price and the whole process ran smoothly.
In buying our next home, he was great about showing us everything we wanted to see despite our limited scheduling availability. In the end he got us into our dream home when there were multiple offers on the table. We were also able to close faster than expected meaning we weren't "homeless" for more than a few days.
Overall, Scott went above and beyond expectations. He communicated everything happening in a timely manner and made us feel like we were his #1 priority.