Joining the Foundation Group as an Investment Real Estate Advisor, Erich has spent the past several years analyzing the Seattle market, developing strong relationships with buyers and sellers, and perfecting the art of contract negotiation.
His BA in Marketing from New Mexico State University allows him to be adept at finding the unique qualities in a property that a seller can capitalize on to produce the maximum price potential, recognize any inefficiencies of a multi-family investment and develop a plan to increase returns for the long term.
Erich enjoys the challenge of searching out properties with the right qualities for a client’s specific needs. From the initial meeting, he works with each client to produce a feasible plan that will achieve their financial goals by providing honest advice about their current investments and visions for the future.
- New Mexico State University – BA in Marketing
- PGA Professional – Class A
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