Tom brings over 26 years of architectural and interior design experience to the world of real estate. His unique ability to help buyers envision unseen possibilities in a seemingly unsuitable property is invaluable when searching for a home. His understanding of how a few small adjustments in the way a home is presented can greatly improve a property's marketability and can be a game changer for sellers.
A hands-on approach with a commitment to exceed expectations has led numerous clients back to Tom for repeat business. He is happy to help first time buyers navigate the often confusing process of finding and buying the perfect property, and also has the skills necessary to handle complex transactions for seasoned investors. Clients frequently commend Tom on his patience and thoroughness.
As part of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties team (one of the top five brokerages in the nation), Tom has the support of a highly trained administrative team, in-house legal assistance, and innovative real estate technologies designed to make the process more user friendly. He serves on the board of The Charitable Foundation, providing grants to local groups that promote health, education, community, and the environment.
Tom studied architecture at Boston Architectural College and received his B. Arch degree in 1996. He is an NCIDQ certified Interior Designer, and became a LEED accredited professional in 2006. Before embarking on a real estate career, he worked at highly respected architectural firms as an award winning project designer and project manager. His portfolio includes residential and commercial projects, including corporate interiors, museums, healthcare, and higher education.
Look for Tom on episodes of HGTV's House Hunters Renovation series, where he is featured as both a real estate agent and a designer. From a mid-century modern perched in the hills to a Spanish revival in the flats, see how he can help clients turn a real estate fantasy into their perfect home.