Key Seekers International Group – A New Endeavor

The entrepreneurial journey is a constant challenge.  In a way, you are more akin to an artist than anything else; in the sense that – it is up to you to create your reality and seek your vision.

I have been a real estate broker and have been working in the Phoenix, Arizona real estate market for 14 years now.  I like to think I’ve come to know this business quite well.

At the core, real estate is a peoples business more than anything else.

Relationships are the most crucial elements of this work, which is what drew me in and kept me in it for as long as I have been.

Be that as it may, there comes a time when you begin to wonder about the next.

One next for me in this aspect of my work was the idea of creating my own real estate team.  It is an idea that I have been thinking about for quite some time.  Perhaps a couple of years, if I had to date it.

Building a real estate team is not a new concept.  There are hundreds of teams in my own market – but there has always been several aspects of the team structure that always had me come back to revisit the idea.

I have felt for quite some time that there is room for disruption in the model.

At the core of all of this, as the new year approached, something inside me was pulling me to see if I could create something – new – and innovative.  I wanted to see if I could scale my sense of service, my aim at constant integrity and honesty.

I wanted to see if I could create a model that would empower the team members (partners) involved in their own sphere of influence whilst creating a level of service in my market that past and future clients will remember and cherish.


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I feel Key Seekers International Group (Brokered by Homesmart) is day 1 of my quest towards my true north.

And I am grateful and excited for everyone involved and the clients that have continued to trust in my work.

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