I had my real estate license for many years before I let it go because it just wasn’t for me. In that time, I sold plenty of houses, bought plenty of houses, and rented plenty of houses. The barrier to entry for real estate is ridiculously low, so there are LOTS of unprofessional people in the business. I’ve dealt with a lot of them. Eric was my broker when I had my license, so when I gave up my license, it was an easy decision to go to him when I needed help. First of all, Eric isn’t a salesman in the least. He’s an advisor. If he were a salesman, he would have told me to list and sell my properties when I contacted him to see what my options were like others have. However, instead of trying to talk me into doing something that would have netted him around $20,000 in commission, he told me what he would do in my situation, which was to hold onto the properties and continue renting them out. So, he chose to give me solid advice rather than try to earn a $19k higher paycheck. That says a lot about him, and that’s why I trust him. Eric and his team are very organized and have systems for every process. They communicated with my current tenants and negotiated an extension (at a higher rental price) on one property and got another property leased out very quickly, after thoroughly vetting the new tenants and helping me with the move out for the old tenants. I’ve seen Eric in action on property sales, and he’s just as organized and efficient on sale transactions. Eric is the cream of the crop. If you already have someone you like, do yourself a favor and call Eric to see how he compares. If you don’t have someone in the industry that you like, you won’t go wrong just calling him and going with him.