I’ve always been in real estate. It was my first position.
I grew up in Buffalo, New York, and came to Florida to attend the University of Miami.
I knew it would have something to do with architecture or design because I was always obsessed with residential skyscrapers and building architecture. That passion definitely led me to selling developments.
I relax with my three beautiful dogs at my home – Lana, Lucky and Logan.
Elon Musk because I think he is brilliant, and I would love to learn more about his work on real estate developments that are powered by Tesla technology.
Pompano Beach is South Florida’s best-kept secret. The area is on the forefront of massive development and offers some of the premier beachfront real estate in South Florida.
The real estate industry is always changing, evolving and getting more exciting with new brands, architects and designs coming into play.
I usually sell out buildings very quickly so I’m in a constant space of moving from project to project. Having to learn the many aspects of the new development all over again is a lot of information to take in.
Be extremely active and creative on social media, particularly Instagram.
I’m binge-watching The Dropout and reading a lot of Yung Pueblo books in the evening which I’ve found to be very beneficial for my well-being.
Sushi at Takato.
One Thousand Museum.
I sold a $20 million penthouse over the phone in 10 minutes with the buyer purchasing sight unseen.
I am very much a homebody, and I treasure my downtime as much as possible.
Barcelona because I love Spanish culture.
Just stay focused no matter how tough it gets.
A lot of my real estate colleagues but my all-time favorite is Vanity Fair.