Q: What brought you to Prescott; how long have you been here?
A: Frank: The hearts of the people in Prescott. Everyone was genuine and had such a wonderful pride in the community.
How did you become interested in your career field?
A: Frank: I always wanted to help people, being that buying a home is one of the biggest decisions anyone has to make. I wanted to be there to help guide people through the experience and make it fun.
Q: What is the biggest challenge of your job?
A: Frank: Having the truth conversation with clients. Most agents will tell any future client whatever they want to hear to get a listing. I want to always provide as much true information as I can to each and every one of my clientele.
Q: What is the greatest reward of your job?
A: Frank: I love to see people’s faces light up with joy and excitement when I hand them their keys. It’s simply amazing to be a part of the experience.
Q: Where would you like to vacation next and why?
A: Frank: I would love to visit Rome. I have always appreciated history, especially the Roman Empire. Plus I love the movie Gladiator.
Q: If you could have dinner with any 3-5 people (dead or alive) who would it be?
A: Frank: I would love to have dinner with my dad, grandpa and my uncle one more time, as they had all passed away way too early. To have one last dinner would melt my heart.
Q: What is the last book you read; what did you enjoy about it most?
A: Frank: The last book I read was Atomic Habits. I normally don’t like to read self-help books. This book helped tremendously to understand my personal habits, which were good and bad. The book also helped clear my head to pave new and productive habits for the future.
Q: What is your favorite Prescott activity?
A: Frank: It’s so hard to narrow it down to just one activity. But going back to me being a history nut, I love the Prescott Rodeo and the nostalgia around it. I love to see the town buzz with excitement, and when you see the parade the excitement on everyone’s face is priceless.