For over four decades, Jim has been involved with many aspects of real estate, including corporate relocation management, new home sales, branch sales management, and residential and commercial general brokerage sales. His credentials include:
ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative)
CRB (Certified Residential Broker)
CRS (Certified Residential Specialist)
GRI (Graduate Real Estate Institute)
RFC (Residential Finance Consultant)
SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist)
Member, KW Commercial
Member, Keller Williams Luxury Division
He specializes in selling residential properties and small commercial businesses.
Jim is the Broker of Keller Williams Premier Realty Lake Minnetonka and KW Commercial, a locally owned real estate company in Wayzata, Minnesota. Since 2011, he has grown the office to the #2 market share position in the greater Wayzata market place.
Jim has managed sales offices for Keller Williams Realty, O’Conor, Piper & Flynn Realtors in Maryland, and Relocation Realty Service Corp in NY and holds numerous sales awards.
Jim is originally from Connecticut, where he obtained his B.S. Degree in Business Management from Fairfield University and attended University of Conn Masters Program. He moved to Maryland in 1981, relocated to Minnesota in 2010 and currently resides in a Minneapolis suburb. His past civic activities include: the St Michaels Business Association (past President, Innkeepers Chair), the Easton Lions Club (Board of Directors, Communications/PR Chair), the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors (past Board of Director, past Education Chair), St Michaels P&Z’s Board of Appeals, Talbot County Chamber, Ann Arundel County Assoc. of Realtors.
Jim is currently serving as an Ambassador for the Wayzata Chamber of Commerce, and serves on the Leadership Development Team for the Westwood Community Church’s Maturing Adults Ministry. Jim has served on the Professional Standards Committee for the Minnesota Association of Realtors since 2012.
Jim is an avid golfer and sailor, racing Sonar’s, and S-279’s on Lake Minnetonka every week.