Field of streams helping fulfill dreams
Specializing in Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch residential sales and commercial development. Field of Streams is also the name of a fishing estate in Homer, Alaska the company is developing. It’s combining the two for a skiing and fishing experience for its clients.
We provide a professional and enjoyable experience to all clients while helping them pursue a real estate purchase here in the Vail Valley.
I like to really get to know the client before suggesting what properties may work for them ” what they want the property to do for them and their families, not only today but years down the road. I am constantly helping clients I have worked with for over 20 years with their ever-changing needs.
As families grow so do their real estate needs. One of the great things in our market is that in 23 years of sales I have never had a piece of property not increase in value. This makes it easy to keep the client happy, and it doesn’t hurt to have the ever-growing amenities the valley offers in addition to the natural beauty of the Rockies.
I started my real estate career more than 20 years ago after moving here from Michigan in 1980. I first started with Candies of Vail, going on to be instrumental in the creation of Vail Lionshead Real Estate. Then, I was the founder of WestStar Realty, the first independent Real Estate company in Beaver Creek. It became the force behind Edward’s Village Center and all the residential development in lower Homestead as well as many properties in Beaver Creek, Eagle-Vail, Avon, Singletree and elsewhere in the Vail Valley.
Real estate in the Vail Valley has been very good to me and I am proud to rejoin the Vail Board of Realtors. The board has come a long way since the 1980s and has become one of the premier boards in the country. Being a real estate broker in the Vail Valley affords me the time to pursue my dream of creating the Field of Streams fishing estate in Homer, Alaska. I have spent the last 12 summers on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska fly fishing for salmon and chasing halibut in the Gulf of Alaska.
Many of my Vail Valley clients have come to Alaska each summer to fish. And skiing Vail in the winter allows me to create bonds that have lasted a lifetime. In fact, in July we have quite a group coming up to Alaska who will all be renting motor homes in Anchorage and meeting me for a week of unforgettable fishing. I invite my colleagues, clients and friends to get in touch with me as everyone should visit the final frontier.
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