Meet AndyThanks so much for using our website! Here's a quick "Meet Andy" for those of you who don't already know me. Let me start by saying that about 90% of my business comes from referral and repeat business. If you're not part of that 90%, that's ok! I hope to earn your trust and business!
All my past clients will tell you that I'm not into the "sales guy" high pressure thing. It's just not my nature. My philosophy is this: I consult rather than sell. I try to only work with good people. And I really work hard to take care of them. Then everyone's happy! And as I work hard for my clients they usually introduce me to their friends. If I can help you, please call 801-565-0777 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org..
Some Interesting FactsONE – Just one bitter little carrot – that's all I have to show for the huge garden I planted this year! I guess "green thumb" is a learned trait.
TWO – My wife Melissa waited for two years while I served a mission in Saint Louis Missouri…certainly the best deal I've ever negotiated!
THREE – I now only hit the slopes if we have three feet of fresh snow...we get spoiled living here. =) It's fun now that the kids can come...though they don't appreciate "steep and deep" Utah powder like their Dad.
FOUR – I have four cute little kids. And they're very young! I've learned that getting four kids into car seats/booster seats is great training should you ever desire to try alligator wrestling. But I wouldn't trade these times for anything..
FIVE – The difficulty rating of my best rock climbing ascent in Big Cottonwood Canyon: 5.12b "Left Pile" in. As a very skinny teenager you can imagine my delight when I found rock climbing and gave up football!
SIX – The longest time I've ever lived anywhere - in Melissa and I's first home on Trimble Lane. You don't understand what an accomplishment that is for me – I moved 18 times while growing up! No wonder I like real estate!
SEVEN – I'm the second of seven kids. How on earth did my amazing mom ever pull that off?
EIGHT – My favorite number. As a kindergartner my mom signed me up for my first soccer team. I desperately wanted that jersey #8 but the coach gave it to someone else – he and I never quite got along after that.
NINE – Number of months I tried to take piano lessons as an adult before learning that you actually have to practice DAILY to succeed. Maybe my New Year's resolutions this year will include a second attempt…
TEN – Our most recent wedding anniversary. Melissa is insisting on something better this year. What's wrong with dinner at our kitchen table with a fussy newborn baby at our side?More Less