Tyler’s real estate career began between classes while earning his B.S. in Economics from Rollins College, working as an assistant to a top producing agent in an upscale boutique brokerage firm. After completing his degree, he moved on to work for a private financing fund, managing real estate assets, evaluating collateral and marketing non-performing assets for sale, all the while managing transactions in a more traditional sense for his own clients.
In 2012, Tyler opened his own brokerage firm, realizing a dream formed at a very young age.
Throughout his licensed tenure, Tyler has gained extraordinary knowledge and experience in both residential and commercial properties working with investors, builders, buyers and sellers. Having worked in both large offices, and now as a sole proprietor he has overcome the misconception that “bigger is better” and that what matters when it comes to a successful real estate sale or purchase is trust, knowledge and experience.
On a personal note, Tyler stays involved with his high school alma mater, the Highland School in Warrenton. To this day still “a jock”, Tyler has enjoyed opportunities to coach several sports at Highland. Tyler also serves the school as it’s Alumni Association’s President.
After his wife, daughter Grayson, son Riley and the rest of his family, Tyler’s hobbies and activities revolve around real estate: a fan of history and architecture, family destinations are most often famous homes of Virginia, with Mount Vernon and, of course, Monticello, being favorites.