Born and raised in Mexico City until the age of 13, I have a twin brother and a brother 11 years younger than me. My father was offered a job in New York and decided to move the family to the United States. My dad traveled to New York before us, because we had not finished the school year yet. When school was over, my mom decided New York was too cold, so we made a “pit stop” in Texas and never left, forcing my dad to leave his job and come to Texas. My parents always taught me the value of hard work and honesty. I have been working since the age of 14 in the restaurant business, where I learned customer service and the importance of people skills and building relationships.
I married my wife in 2013. We have 2 gorgeous daughters (9 & 5), and we are expecting another one. We bought our first home in August 2021 and have been living here since.
Being a homeowner has taught me so much. I learned how to install hardwood floors, paint, do crown molding, and do a little plumbing. But most importantly, I learned that there’s no better feeling than to mow the lawn at 8am every Sunday, knowing that it’s your home — a place where you and your family can grow and make and share memories together.
I have been in the restaurant business since I was 14, but in 2020 I decided to change career paths and become a Loan Officer. While I liked the environment, I missed the interaction with people. There was a missing link. It wasn’t until I bought my home that I found that link. I reached out to my friend, and now mentor, Uzziel Valdiviezo to help my family and me to get a home. I saw his dedication, the way he put our needs before anything, and the satisfaction we felt when he gave us the keys to our new home. I wanted to give that same feeling to other people, so I decided I wanted to be a realtor.