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Greg became a real estate professional because he is a people person. He loves meeting new friends and watching their real estate dreams turn into reality. He has been in the real estate industry off and on for over 15 years. As such, he has experienced all of the ups and downs of being an agent.
Greg is a native Californian. He was born and raised in the Bay Area, went to high school and college in the Central Valley (where he played football and ran track, and now lives in The Inland Empire in Moreno Valley). Greg is married to his wife Amy; together, they have five children and one granddaughter.
Greg is definitely a foodie. He loves BBQ, whether it's ribs or chicken. So if a restaurant has good BBQ, it will instantly become one of his favorites. One thing that people do not know about Greg is that he is an old-school kind of guy. He still reads the newspaper, buys magazines, and loves old tv shows. On any given day, he can be found watching The Rockford Files, Andy Griffith, In The Heat Of The Night, or Sanford and Son.
As a seven-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Greg still lives by and appreciates the values instilled during his time as a full-time Marine.
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