Lana (not Del Rey), Meridian Hill Park and Britney Spears. Is this the image of a concert with a friend? Nope. It’s the start of Compass Real Estate Agent Steve Gaich’s day.
Gaich, hailing from Pittsburgh, finds that the “rise and grind” mentality is a better boost to your morning with a work out, then the usual caffeinated coffee. It leads to a more productive day.
Switching from the corporate environment a couple years ago, Gaich was looking to reap the benefits from hard work and transitioned to real estate. “Helping clients find their dream home or even their first home is the most exciting part of my job. You are helping them with a very personal decision because a home is where they live their lives. The financial gain is a pleasant side effect.”
Joining the Evan and Mark Team in 2018 was the motivation Gaich needed to make the move to Compass. Knowing the Principals of the team prior, he knew that they had much to offer with their experience and could assist in helping him grow and learn his business. “Their team player attitude and fun environment make coming to work enjoyable.”
Prior to closing the chapter on his first full year in real estate, a goal on $8M in sales was set. Cue that goal being surpassed and checked off the list. Not even half way through 2019 and he is on his way to surpass it for part deux.
When looking for an agent Gaich tells his clients that they need to interview more than one agent to start. “Pick someone you trust, ask a lot of questions and set your expectations to them.” What’s unique to Gaich as your realtor is that he is honest to a fault, and he can be reached anytime of the day as “time is of the essence in real estate.” Touching on that vibe he did when he took a call prior to walking his best friend down the aisle at her wedding…but she understood.
Coming up for the Evan and Mark Team, aside from smaller client events through-out the year, will be Oktoberfest in the Fall. “Think of Munich in your backyard with Lederhosen, Bratwurst and cold beers.”
Kellner (German for waiter OBVI), over here please!
Photography by Brady Scot Photography