Eric has been calling Clark County home since he was a little boy, growing up in Hockinson and graduating from Prairie High School where he was musician (drummer) and athlete (football and baseball). After high school Eric went on the play baseball and graduate from Central Washington University.
Professionally Eric had a little spin (pun intended) as a radio DJ and sports broadcaster before settling into the real estate world as a mortgage broker for 10 years. An opportunity to step away from the mortgage world and join an amazing company coaching business owners on growth, succession planning, culture, and many other issues provided Eric with a fantastic 12 year career. In that span of time Eric tapped into his old broadcast days and began emceeing events for non-profits in the community, which led to his formation of the non-profit 100 Men Who Care. This is where Eric now focuses a lot of his attention when he’s not focused on finding your dream home. Check ‘em out at www.100mencc.com
Eric prides himself on being a great communicator and connecting his clients and friends in the community to make our community more tight knit. If he could be described by his actions he said his goal would be for people to call him a “Community Champion.”
When it comes to real estate he truly prides himself on being a good listener, a good problem solver, and a positive light when his clients need that the most. He would be honored to help you and add you to a growing list of people who now call Eric not only their “Go To” real estate agent but also more importantly, their friend.