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Danny is a native of Macomb, Michigan, just 30 miles North of Detroit. Like a true Michigander, he can point towards the back of his hand and show you where he’s from. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Leadership from Baker College.
Danny has always loved working with people even from his first job as a tee-picker at a local golf course. He advanced from tee-picker to Head Golf Pro and even became a Golf Course Owner during his 30+ year career in the golf business.
Danny moved to Southwest Arizona in the fall of 2007. He hardly misses the Michigan Winters anymore given the wonderful climate of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, an area that Danny knows just like the back of his hand. This is why he is most people’s top choice when they need advice when choosing a new home for their family.
Danny understands exactly what your family needs and will help you choose the best location and property that will meet all your family’s needs. Today’s real estate market is heavily influenced by technology and most people looking to buy a home depend on the internet to find a new home. Danny uses industry-best Internet marketing techniques and strategies to expose our property to the biggest possible pool of qualified buyers, giving you the best opportunity to sell within the shortest time possible.
Why choose Danny as your real estate agent? Because he is as real as it gets. With experience in many industries and a true people person who values service delivery above financial gain, go to sleep knowing that he’s got your back. He is inspired to deliver the best possible deal for you whether you are buying a new home or selling one.
Choose Danny as your real estate agent because your happiness and satisfaction is his success.
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