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A Note From Our CEO:
My father once told me, “Diego, you can sell ice to an eskimo, but that doesn’t mean that you should. You should only sell him what he needs.” The catch is that sometimes, the salesman’s need will outweigh the customer’s, and that’s when great feats are realized. Necessity is indeed the mother of invention, but that mother’s tongue is often sharp and unforgiving.
I was 17 years old when I went away to college, I was 17 when I dropped out, and I was four days past 18 when my dad, my hero, lost a battle to acute pancreatitis. In his life, my dad taught me everything I know about business. In his death, those lessons fused with my personal life out of necessity.
In the last lucid moments with my father, I promised him his “crazy ones” would not go through life shorthanded. Almost a decade later, one of my sisters has graduated from the London School of Economics and landed a job at Morgan Stanley, another will graduate from Harvard University having interned at the White House, and another is currently studying at Columbia University. My oldest brother is pursuing an Engineering degree, the youngest of the brood is graduating from high school first in his class, and I will hopefully be named one of Realtor’s 30 Under 30.
In 2007, I was an 18 year-old college dropout coming home to a family in need. But I was also my father’s son, and even if failure for me had been an option, failure for my brothers and sisters was not, and that’s why I decided to obtain my real estate license.