Born in South Texas and raised in the Hill Country, Connor understands the numerous tangible benefits of life in Texas with and factors in its weather, land use, culture and diversity.
Connor started his real estate career in 2019 as a home inspector and that passion for real estate prompted him to further that career at Champions School of Real Estate. His tenacious work ethic started in ranching as a teenager and developed into a 10-year career in helicopter wildlife capture services. He has also spent the last 19 years balancing real estate with his work as a fire fighter.
His years spent as a home inspector helped him gain important skills that allow him to view real estate from multiple angles, which is what drove him to obtain his real estate license.
As a Realtor®, Connor is not the usual “cookie cutter agent”, he understands that real estate is more than just putting a for sale sign on a property so he strives to establish a connection and open communication with his clients.
When he is not working on real estate or reporting for duty at Fire Station #302, he is typically hunting, fishing, playing golf or spending time with his family. Connor has been married to his wife Emily for 19 years and live in Cuero with their two children Kyler and Maelee as well as their dogs, Lucy, Ethel and Roscoe.